Injunction – Quia timet action. The proceedings concerned the claimant landowners' application for a permanent injunction against the first defendant tenant and his second defendant son, to restrain them from interfering with their rights under various tenancy agreements. Neither of the conditions for the grant of a quia timet injunction had been satisfied and no injunction would be granted as final relief. Accordingly, the Chancery Division dismissed the claimants' application for a permanent injunction. The court also provided guidance on the approach to the construction of a reservation in favour of a landlord.