London & Quadrant v Patrick [2019] EWHC 1263 (QB)


The Defendant unsuccessfully appealed against a Possession Order on the basis that the Judge had wrongly made a Possession Order despite the Claimant having failed to discharge the Public Sector Equality Duty owed to him under Section 149 of the Equality Act 2010. The appeal Judge held that the Claimant was entitled to carry out an assessment and discharge the duty after the Possession Order was made and that in any event it would not have made any difference to the Order made if the assessment had been carried out before it was made.

The case involves consideration of the case law relating to the Public Sector Equality Duty


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