4 edition of The Rent Acts, by Sir Robert Megarry. 10th ed. found in the catalog.
The Rent Acts, by Sir Robert Megarry. 10th ed.
Sir Robert Edgar Megarry
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Sir Robert Edgar Megarry, FBA (1 June The Rent Acts 11 October ) was an eminent British lawyer and judge. Originally a solicitor, he requalified as a barrister and also pursued a parallel career as a legal academic. He later became a High Court judge and served as Vice-Chancellor of the Chancery Division from to Afterwards he served as Vice-Chancellor of the Supreme Court from COVID Resources.
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Robert Megarry; Great Britain. Publisher: London, Stevens, Edition/Format: Print book: English: 10th edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Rent control -- Great Britain. Mortgages -- Great Britain. Mortgages. View all. His first, the Rent Acts (, followed by 11 editions) was the bible for practitioners in the evolving landlord and tenant work in the county courts of the immediate postwar : Louis Blom-Cooper.
Megarry: the Rent Acts: 3rd Supplement to the 11th Edition by T.M. Fancourt, Sir Robert Megarry. The Right Honorable Sir Robert Megarry () was an im-portant figure in modern English law. Called to the Bar inhe became a Chancery judge in and was Vice-Chancellor of the Supreme Court when he retired in Throughout his career, he wrote leading books on equity, land law, the Rent Acts, and the literature of the law.
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20 Acts of Parliament from around onwards had brought about a 5 are stated to be subject to a rent charge. This is not the first time that the courts have considered the question of whether That case had been relied upon by Sir Robert Megarry, V.-C.
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