Yes, it’s Article 8… again! – Hardwicke Chambers

Posted June 18th, 2013 in declarations of incompatibility, human rights, news, repossession by sally

“Counsel for the defendant in this recent case, heard at Clerkenwell & Shoreditch County Court, provided a skeleton argument on the morning of the hearing, ignoring the set aside (it being conceded there was no merit in this) but rather arguing that the Court’s lack of discretion to delay execution of a possession order by over six weeks was incompatible with Article 8. It followed that he was seeking a transfer to the High Court for declaration purposes (CPR 30.3(2)(g)).”

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Hardwicke Chambers, 3rd June 2013