Heron v Gamble

JurisdictionIreland
CourtCircuit Court
Judgment Date01 Jan 1919
Cir. Cas.,
Heron
and
Gamble

Agricultural and pastoral holding - Alteration of nature - Compulsory taking.

Where a fair rent has been fixed on a holding, but the term had expired, and the holding had ceased to be agricultural or pastoral by reason of compulsory takings of the lands for labourers' cottages:—Held, that the landlord was entitled to recover possession, and that the Land Law (Ireland) Acts no longer applied to the holding.

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