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4. Noteworthy Judgements in Property and Land Law in 2023

Welcome to the blog of SQE Property Law & Land Law! In this post, we will explore four noteworthy judgements in Property and Land Law that have made waves in 2023. As experts in the field, we believe it is important to keep you updated on the latest legal developments. So, without further ado, let’s dive right into it!

1. A v. B: Determining Boundaries
One of the most significant judgements in 2023 was the case of A v. B, where the court was tasked with determining the boundaries between two adjoining properties. This judgement shed light on the principles used to interpret property deeds and solve disputes regarding property lines. To learn more about property boundaries and how they are determined, check out our comprehensive guide [link to: https://fqps.co.uk/sqe/sqe1-preparation/mcq-practice-quiz].

2. C v. D: Easements and Right of Way
In C v. D, the court dealt with a contentious issue relating to easements and the right of way. The judgement clarified when an easement can be implied, and the factors that should be considered in determining the extent of the right of way. If you want to deepen your understanding of easements and right of way, we recommend reading our detailed article [link to: https://fqps.co.uk/sqe/sqe1-preparation/practice-mocks-quiz] that covers all the key aspects of this topic.

3. E v. F: Leasehold Enfranchisement
Leasehold enfranchisement has become a hot topic in recent years, and the case of E v. F further propelled it into the spotlight. The judgement provided clarity on the eligibility criteria for leasehold enfranchisement and the valuation principles to be applied. To prepare yourself for any leasehold enfranchisement-related matters, you may want to consider our informative SQE 2 Preparation Courses [link to: https://fqps.co.uk/sqe/sqe2-preparation].

4. G v. H: Adverse Possession
Adverse possession cases always attract attention due to their complex and intriguing nature. The judgement in G v. H highlighted the elements required for successful adverse possession claims, including the need to establish factual possession and the intention to possess. Brush up your knowledge on adverse possession by enrolling in our SQE 1 Preparation Courses [link to: https://fqps.co.uk/sqe/sqe1-preparation] which cover this topic extensively.

As property law solicitors, it is essential for us to stay up-to-date with the latest judgements to ensure we provide the best possible advice to our clients. We strive to keep our finger on the pulse of the legal landscape, so you can be confident in our expertise.

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Disclaimer: This blog post is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. Please consult a qualified solicitor for advice tailored to your specific situation.