Ali v The United Kingdom: ECHR 7 Nov 2012

The applicant had sought and been accepted for emergency housing assistance, but having refused the accomodation offered, and the Authority said that it had fulfilled its duty to her.
40378/10 – HECOM, [2012] ECHR 1969
Bailii
European Convention on Human Rights
Citing:
CitedTsfayo v The United Kingdom ECHR 14-Nov-2006
The applicant challenged the prodecures for deciding her appeal against the council’s refusal to pay backdated housing benefits. She complained that the availability of judicial review of the decision was not adequate.
Held: The system did not . .

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Updated: 23 April 2021; Ref: scu.466347