A nice witty judgment to read - see Words to good effect:
So judges can be just as flummoxed as we are by legalese. Here is one of the “astonishingly informative” definitions Sir Alan was referring to: (1) An hereditament is anything which, by virtue of the definition of hereditament in s. 115(1) of the 1967 Act, would have been an hereditament for the purposes of that Act had this Act not been passed.
The judgment is here. It's about a houseboat on which council tax was lev ...Zum vollständigen Artikel