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Court’s permission is required prior to issue of warrant for (alleged) breach of suspended possession order

In September 2013 Cardiff County Council obtained a suspended possession order (“SPO”) against one of its tenants.

In August 2015 the Council applied for a warrant of possession on the basis that the tenant had breached the SPO, using Form N325.

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Proprietary estoppel claims: Avoiding the “Er…” and the “um….” with reference to Davies v. Davies [2016] EWCA Civ 463

Lawyer: “Good news. We’ve got the threesome of promise, reliance and detriment, so an equity is raised in your favour”

Client: “Great. Give me some figures”

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