there isnt one yet and i hope there wont be as i feel i will win the case
shall i explain my case
if i explain the case you may be able to hazard a ball park gues
there is a piece of land with a restrictive covenant which i am a beneficiary,
contiuning . a builder who owns the land wants to build 9 houses on it. if he gets planning permission i will get injunctive relief [what would court fees be for this any idea?] to hold him up. i will then defend the covenant in court. if i lose and costs were awarde to him against me what would happen if i couldnt pay? lets guess costs £100000 and another scenario £200000
i am sure i would win because there is now a legal precedent that restrictive covenants have to be adhered to, the case of wimpy verses gloucester housing association at a land tribunal. Wimpy built 24 houses on a piece of land that they owned that had a 'no build' restrictive covenant on it. The tribunal found in favour of glocester housing association and wimpy had to bulldoze the houses [hehe! there is a god] Our covenant is a lot younger and states that "no building to be erected and the land is for the recreational use of the residents.
get injunctive relief [what would court fees be for this any idea?]
i will get injunctive relief [what would court fees be for this any idea?]