The Court of Appeal says (almost definitely) no
We have previously blogged about the 90-day stay of all possession proceedings until the end of June, which was brought into force by the courts on 27 March 2020 by the new practice direction PD 51Z.
Earlier this week, in the case of Arkin v Marshall, Read More
The Supreme Court has clarified that Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), an individual’s right to respect for private family life and their home, has no bearing on the court’s decision to grant a possession order against a private sector tenant.
Fiona McDonald occupied her home under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Read More
A revolution is taking place in the way that litigants are charged for using the court system and it is shaping up to be a noisy one.
Historically, government’s aim has to been to charge court fees on a “cost” basis, designed to cover the cost to the Ministry of Justice of providing the court Read More