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- Partridge v Gupta, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, August 15, 2017,  EWHC 2110 (QB)
2. Many possession orders made in the County Court are transferred to the High Court for the purposes of enforcement. I was told that an eviction can usually be carried out more quickly by instructing an authorised High Court Enforcement Officer (`HCEO') than leaving it for execution by the County Court Bailiffs. 3. Under current practice, where a...
- Sheffield City Council v Fairhall & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, August 15, 2017,  EWHC 2121 (QB)
NOTE: ``editorial corrections'' means, and means only: typographical errors, grammatical mistakes misquotations from documents, or closely similar matters. The fact that the judgment is handed down in draft does not mean that its substance is open to further argument, other than by way of appeal. Suggsted corrections of this kind will be taken int...
- Agoreyo v London Borough of Lambeth, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, August 15, 2017,  EWHC 2019 (QB)
1. This is an appeal, brought with the permission of Morris J given on 17 May 2017, against the order of His Honour Judge Wulwik, made in the Central London County Court on 12 January 2017, whereby he dismissed the Claimant's claim against the Defendant for damages for breach of contract. 2. As will emerge, the trial was confined to liability only
- Maguire & Ors , R (On the Application Of) v The Assistant Coroner for West Yorkshire (Eastern Area), Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 14, 2017,  EWHC 2039 (Admin)
1. Mrs Ann Maguire was a caring, committed and much-loved teacher of outstanding ability, who had devoted 40 years of her life to teaching at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds. On 28th April 2014, in a classroom at Corpus Christi, she was the victim of a truly shocking murder. She was repeatedly and fatally stabbed by William Cornick, the...
- Irvine v The General Medical Council, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 14, 2017,  EWHC 2038 (Admin)
1. On 6th December 2016 a Medical Practitioners Tribunal Panel established pursuant to the General Medical Council's Fitness to Practise Rules 2004 (``the Tribunal'') found a number of factual allegations proved against the appellant Mr Roderick Irvine, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist (``Mr Irvine''). In essence, those allegations rela...
- Legg & Anor v Burton & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, August 11, 2017,  EWHC 2088 (Ch)
1. This is my judgment on the trial of a claim about alleged mutual wills. The testatrix whose will, made in July 2000, is in question was a lady called June Clark. She died on 8 February 2016, having made a later will dated 12 December 2014, of which probate was granted on 22 April 2016. The claimants are the two daughters of the testatrix. The t...
- Durand Academy Trust, R (on the application of) v The Office for Standards In Education, Children's Services and Skills & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 11, 2017,  EWHC 2097 (Admin)
1. In this claim the claimant, Durand Academy Trust (``the School'') applies for judicial review of a report dated 8 February 2017 (``the Report'') prepared by the defendant, the Office for Standards in Education and Children's Services and Skills (``OFSTED'') in which OFSTED adjudged the School to be ``inadequate'' with a recommendation pursuant t...
- W Nagel (A Firm) v Pluczenik Diamond Company NV, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, August 11, 2017,  EWHC 2104 (Comm)
1. In the judgment I handed down following the trial ( EWHC 1750 (Comm)) I determined amongst other things that the Claimant (``WN'') had the benefit of a commission variation agreement that it would continue to be retained as DTC broker for the Defendant (``Pluczenik'') for so long as Pluczenik held a Sight at De Beers, which Pluczenik breac...
- Cardin, R (on the application of) v Birmingham Crown Court & Anor, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, August 11, 2017,  EWHC 2101 (Admin)
2. The Claimant is currently on remand in HMP Winson Green awaiting trial for four offences of robbery, one offence of assault with intent to rob, one offence of dwelling house burglary and one offence of theft from a motor vehicle. He seeks permission to judicially review (i) the issue by the First Defendant, Birmingham Magistrates' Court, of a wa...
- Joy-Morancho v Joy (Dismissal of Variation Application), Court of Appeal - Family Division, August 11, 2017,  EWHC 2086 (Fam)
1. I will refer to the parties as the husband (H) and the wife (W) notwithstanding the fact that the one disputed aspect of the divorce proceedings instituted here by W 6 years ago now, in July 2011, so far finalised is their divorce, made absolute on 31 March 2015. Meanwhile litigation concerning their finances and (in France) their children has c...