Pakwood Transport v 15 Beauchamp Place  7 WLUK 115 is a Commercial Property Law case concerning Forfeiture.
This case concerned a Landlord who served a S.146 notice to the Tenant. As a result, the Tenant wanted to apply for relief against forfeiture. However, the Landlord argued that the Tenant could not do so until proceedings for forfeiture has been started by him (the Landlord).
The main issue in Pakwood Transport v 15 Beauchamp Place:
Could the Tenant apply for relief against forfeiture before the Landlord began proceedings?
Yes. The Court of Appeal rejected the Landlord’s argument. Therefore, the Tenant was allowed to apply for relief against forfeiture before proceedings had been instituted by the Landlord.
References:  7 WLUK 115,  36 P. & C.R. 112,  245 E.G. 309,  C.L.Y. 1781