Birmingham City Council v Ashton (2012)

The most recent decision concerning illegal activity was in the case of Birmingham City Council v Ashton [2012]. In this case the onus was shifted to the party that sought the benefit of a suspended possession order, requiring them to provide cogent evidence to show that anti-social behaviour will not recur, or will be unlikely to do so.

This is from the Wright Hassall website

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