Hariri v Secretary of State for the Home Department: CA 23 May 2003

It would be inappropriate to order the return of a failed asylum seeker to a country where there was a consistent pattern of gross and systematic violation of fundamental human rights.
Laws LJ
[2003] EWCA Civ 807, [2003] AlI ER (D) 340
Bailii
England and Wales
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ClarifiedZorig Batayav v the Secretary of State for the Home Department CA 5-Nov-2003
The case of Hariri had set too high the threshold for the level of threat which would need to apply as to the propriety of returning an asylum applicant to his home country. The correct test is that the applicant need show a ‘real risk’ of har. This . .
CitedRegina (Kpangni) v Secretary of State for the Home Department QBD 21-Apr-2005
The asylum seeker appealed rejection of her request not to be returned home. The decision letter had applied the test under Hariri.
Held: The decision letter invoked the wrong test. Since the Hariri case the case of Batayav had clarified the . .

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Updated: 11 May 2021; Ref: scu.183637