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Possession claims-discretionary ground, false representations, public sector equality duty (Luton Community Housing Ltd v Durdana)

Possession claims-discretionary ground, false representations, public sector equality duty (Luton Community Housing Ltd v Durdana)
Published on: 02 April 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
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Article summary

Property Disputes analysis: Where there is a breach of the public sector equality duty (PSED) in a possession claim brought on discretionary grounds, a court must decide, on the available material, whether it was highly likely that the outcome substantially would have been the same. If the court cannot be so satisfied, the claim must be dismissed. This case highlights the need to consider the impact of taking proceedings on those with protected characteristics when having regard to the PSED. Written by Jonathan Manning and Stephanie Lovegrove, barristers at 4–5 Gray’s Inn Square and Simon Braun, partner at Perrin Myddelton. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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