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Several recent decisions, notably Cameron v Liverpool Victoria, Ineos and Canada Goose, have profound implications for local authority injunctions against unauthorised encampment and development by travellers – to the extent that many existing injunctions could now be challenged. This webinar considers how to draft an injunction which complies with the current law and how to persuade a court to grant it.
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Tuesday 23rd June 2020
14:00 - 15:25
Free to attend
Introduction by the Chair – David Forsdick QC
What can be injuncted? - Jacqueline Lean
Using an injunction against anticipated trespass and breach of planning control
Procedural aspects – Nicholas Grant
Evidence of threat; drafting the coercive provisions
Unknown travellers (1) – Kimberley Ziya
Description of unknown defendants; duration of interim injunctions; final orders
Unknown travellers (2) – Richard Langham
Service on unknown defendants; status of existing injunctions
Questions and discussion