In this case the landlord already had a Suspended Possession Order due to rent arrears. They sought to enforce it based on allegations of anti social behaviour on the part of the tenant's disabled son.
The court held that fresh proceedings would have to be issued to rely upon the anti social behaviour
The court also allowed the son to be joined as a party to the proceedings even though he was not a tenant.
This case does not appear to have been reported. Please let m know if you have a copy or a transcript or a link to one.
Articles About The Case
The only article I have bene able to find is this from the Community Law Partnership