Home > Cases > Marsh Corporate Services Ltd v Jorgensen (VO) [2010] RA 483

Offices in two towers were held a single hereditament because, although they were capable of being separately let, they were with in a single curtilage and the same occupation, very near together and (with the exception of the coach and car parks on two of the subterranean levels) were not separated by the presence of other buildings with only an open plaza between them, and were put to one common use (namely the carrying on of the business of a group of companies, producing services for their clients), and there was a substantial degree of propinquity and an essential functional link.

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