Loveland, I. (2014). Public law and art.8 defences in residential possession proceedings. Conveyancer and Property Lawyer, 2014(3), p. 262.
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Discusses the Court of Appeal judgments in: (1) Fareham BC v Miller on whether a local authority's decision to offer an anti-social tenant "another chance" conditional on his adherence to the conditions of the licence on which he was released from prison had revoked its notice to quit; and (2) Leicester City Council v Shearer on whether the authority had acted unlawfully in bringing possession proceedings against a trespasser without first considering if exceptional circumstances applied to allow the option of granting her a direct let of the property.
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|Subjects:||K Law > KD England and Wales|
|Divisions:||The City Law School|
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