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The Blundell Lectures open their archives today to share the papers which accompanied the Blundell Debate held on 26 June 2000 between Lord Millett, speaking for the proposition that the contractual doctrine of repudiation is and should be part of the English Law of Landlord and Tenant, and Mr Justice Neuberger, who spoke against the proposition. 

Which debater would have had your vote? 

This Autumn, we look forward to continuing the Blundell tradition of forward thinking discussions on key developments in property law - whether at the LSE or virtually. 

The 2020 Lecturers for the 45th Annual Series will be:

Professor Susan Bright (Professor of Land Law, University of Oxford) and Akhil Markanday (Bryan Cave Berwin Leighton Paisner)

Alison Hardy (Ashurst) and Stephanie Tozer QC (Falcon Chambers)

Professor Nicholas Hopkins (Law Commission and Professor of Law University of Reading) and Lesley Anderson QC (Hardwicke Chambers & Kings Chambers Manchester);

Anthony Tanney and Tamsin Cox (Falcon Chambers)

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