The defence counsel`s letter of 14 July 2009 (production 5/9) could have been more clearly expressed, but it had to be read and interpreted in context, and its importance should be understood as the meaning it would give to a reasonable reader, aware of all relevant contexts: Mannai Investment Co ltd/Eagle Star Life Assurance Co Ltd 1997 AC 749; Credential Bath Street Ltd v Venture Investment Investment Ltd 2007 CSOH 208. Here, the context was the terms of the sublease contract, whereby defence counsel had to either return to the end of the under-hanging or terminate. The part of the Lt was limited in time. The indication not to return and to have another house could only be considered as an indication of the intention to terminate the lease. The persecutor had the right to interpret the letter as notice and registration of July 15, as it had been made. Defence counsel had not informed the prosecutors of this letter that they had no intention of terminating the lease. It is likely that the lease also ended under Section 12 (1) (e) of the 2001 Act, i.e. by written agreement. You have already decided to terminate your lease before the termination of the existing sublease expires. As of November 1, 2019, when a tenant of the East Lothian Council intends to amend his lease, such as: – “By the end of March of this year, we will have delivered approximately 2,000 additional affordable housing units, of which more than 900 are Council units. About 800 units are delivered through our housing companies with 300 additional intermediary funds such as discount sales and rent for smes via other financial models.
In any event, the court was not entitled to create a lease for the subjects. If there were no decree, the current situation should last indefinitely. The prosecutor was unable to provide a tenancy agreement because it would be contrary to their allocation policy, and they would not be able to accept the rent. Qualified occupiers would have the right to operate indefinitely, without rights or rights. The East Lothian Council has agreed to publish the Fifth Tenant Participation Strategy, a national legal requirement that defines how the Council, as a landlord, will work with its tenants. First, Ms. Corsar argued that defence counsel had not terminated the lease. The letter of July 14, 2009 did not carry this construction. She had simply indicated the intention not to return to the subjects and asked if the persecutor could assist the qualified occupants.