|Date:||Thursday 17 June 2010|
This seminar is now fully booked and we regret that we are unable to accept further bookings
Learn the up-to-date position on public law defences in housing possession proceedings
The speakers, who are both leading housing barristers, will cover:
- The current position following Kay v Lambeth, Doherty v Birmingham and subsequent cases
- How things may change after the pending cases of Pinnock v Manchester, Powell v Hounslow and Hall v Leeds
- An update on two important Article 8 and possession cases in the European Court of Human Rights: Kay v UK and McCann v UK
This is your opportunity to learn about cases that have been defended successfully, what cases public law defences can be used in, and tactics for using them in practice.
This seminar will provide essential training for solicitors, housing advisers, barristers, paralegals and anybody advising defendants in possession proceedings who have no other security of tenure.
David Watkinson and Marina Sergides