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By J
20/03/2009

Southwark and the Lords

Southwark LBC  are involved in two cases are being heard in the House of Lords next week. Hanoman v Southwark is a Right to Buy dispute and R (G) v Southwark is about whether there is a lawful distinction between a child who is “in need of accommodation”  or merely “in need of assistance with accommodation.”

The judgments will, of course, be noted here as soon as they come out.

J is a barrister. He considers housing law to be the single greatest kind of law known to humankind and finds it very odd that so few people share this view.

2 Comments

  1. chief

    Judgment in R(G) v Southwark is due this Wednesday.

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  2. chief

    Judgment in Hanoman is due out this Wednesday, 10th June.

    Reply

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