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Denying title Denial by pleading? Crisp v Eastaugh [2007] EWCA Civ 638 The landlord in this case argued that he was entitled to forfeit the lease because the tenant had denied his title in the pleadings. May LJ had this to say about that suggestion: “Forfeiture of a lease for denial of title is a largely outdated medieval procedure… Insofar as it survives at all, as it may, it does so if the denial of title may properly be seen…

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