Bits and pieces

Yes, I know we still need to write up Rother District Council v Freeman-Roach (2018) EWCA Civ 368 on the approach to ‘significantly more vulnerable’ in homeless review decisions, and we will, we will. And there are other cases too. I also want to write something on the ‘housing court’ idea that is floating around. But time is not on our side right now and other demands are pressing. So in the meantime a couple of snippets. The second annual Bryan McGuire QC Memorial Lecture on Homelessness is on 22 March 2018. The speaker is James Murray, the London Deputy Mayor for Housing and Residential Development. The event is free, but donations for homeless charities are welcome. For details and to book, see here, I understand some places are still available. Meanwhile, in Chouhan v Suliga & Anor (2017) EWFC B107, we encounter an ‘unconvincing’ landlord who attempted to take payment for rent arrears twice. In the course of what was…

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