Case Law Library

The common law has been developed over the centuries by judicial precedents known as case law. A judges decision in a case becomes a precedent and is binding on similar cases heard in courts lower down the legal system hierarchy. In this section, we present some of the key decisions that have taken place in recent housing law judgments and cases.

NB. BRACKETS and Naming Conventions. Round brackets denotes when a case was decided e.g. (1896). Square brackets: year of citation of the law report: [1987] 1 EGLR 99

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