Bacchiocchi v. Academic Agency Limited  2 All E.R. 241.
A seminal decision of the Court of Appeal on what constitutes “occupation” for the purposes of Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. A tenant closed down his restaurant business, physically moved out of the demised premises never to return, and attempted to hand the keys back to the landlord. Notwithstanding this, Edward persuaded the Court of Appeal, revering the trial judge, that the tenant was in occupation of the demised premises and was thus entitled to the higher level of compensation. The judgement is reported at Bacchiocchi v. Academic Agency Limited  2 All E.R. 241.  1 W.L.R. 1313.  3 E.G.L.R. 157.