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24/02/2009

Just a quickie

The Court of Appeal are in the middle of hearing the appeal in R(Weaver) v L&Q – yesterday and today, (Housing Associations as public bodies for JR/HRA purposes). As ever, news on the judgment will be posted as soon as we have it.

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.

6 Comments

  1. lawminx

    My Dear NL,

    ONLY a Quickie? (*lights virtual cigarette, even though a vehement non smoker*) Sigh – I do hope it was as good for you as it was for me….
    ( has visions of this post bieng deleted for pound for pound and deeply unprofessional smut, but work with me here, I am writing a post about Legal Lust!!!)

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    • NL

      Ah, you are at the mercy of your muse, so forgiven all (except possibly your timing, which is delightfully bad for reasons which may or may not be disclosed later).

      Reply
  2. lawminx

    I am almost too frightened to ask!!!!

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    • NL

      That’s OK, because I couldn’t tell you (yet) anyway. [throws cape over shoulder and vanishes into the fog, mysteriously]

      Reply
  3. chief

    I heard a rumour* that the Court of Appeal will hand down their judgment tomorrow.

    * Oh alright, it’s on the cause list.

    Reply
  4. NL

    Tomorrow? Good that it has finally arrived, but in terms of my personal time demands, damn.

    Reply

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