Paragon v Neville [2018] EWCA Civ 1712

Summary

The Court of Appeal  held that where proportionality had been considered when a suspended possession order was made there was no need for an additional proportionality inquiry under the Equality Act 2010 when the Order was enforced by way of a warrant for possession. The eviction was not therefore discriminatory.

Law Reports

Transcript of Judgment

Bailii

Articles About The Case

Capsticks - Update

Two Bites of the Cherry? An Equality Act 2010 Proportionality Inquiry at the Enforcement Stage as well? - Lara McDonnel 33 Bedford Row

https://nearlylegal.co.uk/2018/08/equality-act-and-evictions/

Housing Update: Paragon Asra Housing Ltd v Neville [2018] EWCA Civ 1712

Paragon Asra Housing Limited v. Neville: Does proportionality need to be re-considered when a landlord seeks to enforce a warrant of possession?

Reconsideration of a Disability Discrimination defence on enforcement of a suspended possession order

 

 

 

 


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