Austin v Southwark London Borough Council (355): QBD 29 Jan 2008

Flaux J
[2008] EWHC 355 (QB)
Bailii, Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
CitedBurrows v Brent London Borough Council HL 31-Oct-1996
The authority had obtained a possession order from its secure tenant but then agreed to accept payments toward the arrears. The tenant applied for and was granted a declaration that she had on that agreement acquired a new tenancy. The authority . .
See AlsoAustin v Southwark London Borough Council (499) QBD 29-Jan-2008
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Cited by:
Appeal fromAustin v London Borough of Southwark CA 16-Feb-2009
The court considered the right to succeed to a secure tenancy which has terminated during the lifetime of the tenant as a result of a possession order, but with the former tenant remaining in possession as ‘a tolerated trespasser’, and having a . .
At First InstanceAustin v Mayor and Burgesses of The London Borough of Southwark SC 23-Jun-2010
The appellant’s brother had been the secure tenant of the respondent Council which had in 1987 obtained an order for possession for rent arrears suspended on condition. The condition had not been complied with, but the brother had continued to live . .

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Updated: 31 January 2021; Ref: scu.266523