||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 39 (May)
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Rix, Arden and Rimer LJJ
||Justin Crossley (instructed by Shanaz Ahmed) for the authority.
||Simon Read (instructed by Davies Gore Lomax) for the defendant.
||2 May 2008
Housing - Local authority houses - Anti-social behaviour order - Defendant prohibited from entering exclusion zone - Whether such a prohibition disproportionate.
In making an anti-social behaviour order in respect of the defendant prohibiting him from entering an exclusion zone where his partner lived, the recorder had addressed all relevant factors and could not be said to have taken into account any irrelevant factors when making his order. Accordingly, there was no basis on which it could be said the recorder had erred.
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