This video is about the equitable contractual remedy of specific performance. Specific reference to lease covenants are made.
Cases used: Rainbow Estates v Tokenhold 1998, Beswick v Beswick 1967, Co-operative v Argyll Stores 1998
Although, I used cases regarding leases they are still good demonstrations of when specific performance will be utilised in any contract.
This video covers various estates and interests in land. We look at both legal and equitable interests. The video starts with freeholds, exploring 5 restrictions on such an interests – covenants, easements, nuisances, statutory restraints and licenses. We then explore leaseholds and commonholds. Three types of equitable interests are then explored: licenses, agreements and trusts.