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Published 5 December 2016
The recent case of Admiralty Park Management Company Limited v Ojo reminds us that, regardless of the express terms of a lease, a course of dealings between the landlord and tenant can override those terms.
In that case the tribunal held that a conventional mode of dealing existed between the management company and tenant, under which it was understood that the service charge was to be apportioned by a different method from that set out in express terms in the lease.
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Anne Crofts, Andrea Proudlock