Lally v Kensington and Chelsea London Borough Council 1980

Mr Justice Browne-Wilkinson ruled that an authority must given an intentionally homeless person a reason- able period of time; sufficient to reasonably enable him to obtain his own accommodation. In the present case the authority had acted illegally by imposing a 14 day time limit on the provision of temporary accommodation for the plaintiff, who had been found intentionally homeless.

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