{Forks and Spades :: Street v. Mountford [1985]}

Lord Templeman re: the distinction between a lease and a license holding, despite the intentions of the contacting parties:

“The manufacture of a five pronged implement for manual digging results in a fork even if the manufacturer, unfamiliar with the English language, insists that he intended to make and has made a spade.”

{Forks and Spades :: Street v. Mountford [1985]}

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