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Central London County Court heard Mrs Landor, who uses the pen name Jessica D'Este, has lived in the Ashley Gardens flat for over 40 years.
The handsome block, which overlooks Westminster Cathedral, has a long artistic tradition - Thomas Hardy visited there, W Somerset Maugham wrote of it in 'The Moon and Sixpence', while George Bernard-Shaw used it as a setting for a play.
The building is next to Lambeth Palace, the official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Site manager Karl Patten told the BBC: "We discovered numerous coffins – and one of them had a gold crown on top of it".
From New York to Los Angeles and covering everything in between, the U. boasts unprecedented diversity, natural wonder and opportunity. That's not dinging the land of the free and the home of the brave for no reason, but rather, to say that Europe just does some things better.
Americans love freedom so much, they have hot dog-eating contests on Independence Day to prove it.
Mrs Landor owns the £3m lease on the four-bed 2,000-square foot flat but is facing an application to forfeit her home by the freehold owners, Ashley Gardens Freeholds Limited.
The freeholders' barrister, Kevin Pettican, said the allegation was that Mrs Landor, who would be left with nothing if thrown out of the flat, is in breach of a condition that it be used by a single family only.
Almost every week there seems to be a new statistic produced that tries to top the last one.
I guess the biggest difference is that there's a lot less formality to it. When I was going out with a woman from NZ she insisted that we were not dating.
Here in the US there's a lot of pressure on "your first date," asking somebody "are you dating? Strange, as I'm not sure how else one could describe our interaction, but it seemed to be rather important that it was not called that.
According to a Bloomberg study, four European nations rank in the top 10. Europeans: Across the pond, larger cities flaunt extensive metros and buses circumnavigate nearly every town. Europeans: The annual Eurovision Song Contest brings out the best (and sometimes the worst) of pop music.
Congress plows into gridlock again over Obamacare, Europe offers a number of examples of far more efficient health care systems. could learn something from Spain, Italy, Switzerland and Sweden. takes three days to drive across, but a high-speed train in Germany is the closest thing to being in "Star Trek" as any mode of transport in this half of the 21st century.
While statistics can be spun to make almost anything look good, I've tried to report just the basic facts.