Weeks v Magill and Dame Porter v Magill: CA 30 Apr 1999

Where local councillors acted with a proper local government purpose, and in accordance with officers’ advice, ulterior motives of electoral advantage did not make the decisions improper.
Times 06-May-1999, Gazette 26-May-1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 1317
England and Wales
Citing:
See AlsoWeeks v Magill and Porter v Magill CA 5-Nov-1998
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See AlsoWeekes v Magill and Dame Porter v Magill CA 30-Apr-1999
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Cited by:
Appeal FromPorter and Weeks v Magill HL 13-Dec-2001
Councillors Liable for Unlawful Purposes Use
The defendant local councillors were accused of having sold rather than let council houses in order to encourage an electorate which would be more likely to be supportive of their political party. They had been advised that the policy would be . .
See AlsoWeeks v Magill and Porter v Magill CA 5-Nov-1998
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See AlsoWeekes v Magill and Dame Porter v Magill CA 30-Apr-1999
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Updated: 04 June 2021; Ref: scu.146232