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20/04/2009

Tumbleweed

It’s not that we’ve stopped posting lately, it’s just that there has been nothing to write about.

There is lots to come – Weaver v L&Q in the Court of Appeal, Moran v Manchester, Aweys v Birmingham in the Lords (all heard, I believe, and judgments awaited); and the probably imminent but yet to be fixed start date for the Tolerated Trespasser provisions of Schedule 11 of the Housing and Regeneration Act being just the highlights.

But right now? Nada, niente, rien, zilch and diddly-squat. In short, nothing at all. Not even a Judicial Review costs hearing or semi-interesting LVT decision.

Mind you, if all that stuff comes down at once, I’ll be complaining…

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.

2 Comments

  1. dave

    and I heard on the grapevine (you know I’m a big gossip) that the Green Paper has been shelved although my informant failed to give me anything scurrilous at all sadly.

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  2. Rosaleen Kilbane

    For those with time on their hands, Moran v Manchester in the Lords is listed for two days tomorrow and Wednesday – was going to be in Feb but was put back. Parties in Aweys have been invited to send a watching brief and make written submissions should anything arise in Moran which is relevant to Aweys.

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