Shreeve v Hallam: CA 1950

Sir Raymond Evershed MR considered what a judge had to look at when making a possession order: ‘In such matters the judge was not to consider whether it was reasonable for the landlord to claim possession, but whether it was reasonable to make an order.’


Sir Raymond Evershed MR


[1950] WN 140

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CitedWhitehouse v Lee CA 14-May-2009
The tenant appealed against an order requiring her to give up possession of her flat, held under the 1977 Act, saying that the court should not have found it reasonable to make an order after finding alternative accommodation suitable.
Held: . .
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Housing, Landlord and Tenant

Updated: 15 May 2022; Ref: scu.344010