Enfield London Borough Council v B (A Minor) and Another: CA 2 Sep 1999

In order to grant an injunction under the section, a person sought to be protected had to have some real nexus or connection with the residential premises involved. A connection with the area in general was insufficient. A milkman visiting residential premises might be protected, but a housing officer working in the area had no sufficient connection.


Times 02-Sep-1999, [2000] 1 WLR 2259


Housing Act 1996 152(1)(a)


England and Wales

Cited by:

AppliedNottingham City Council v Thames CA 26-Jul-2002
The local authority sought an order under the Act after its staff, working at a centre on the estate where the defendant resided had been threatened.
Held: There was no sufficient nexus between the staff and residence on the estate. The . .
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Updated: 10 May 2022; Ref: scu.80328