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Suspending warrants

Discretionary grounds Appeals from the district judge against suspended orders London Borough of Ealing v Richardson [2005] EWCA Civ 1798 Facts This was a very bad case where the district judge nevertheless suspended the warrant for possession – for the ninth time in nine years. The county court judge overturned the suspension. Decision However, on a further appeal to the CA the DJ’s decision was restored. This was because the circuit judge dealt with the appeal as a rehearing. He…

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