||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 54 (Sep)
|| EWCA Civ 1032
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Wilson, Etherton and Sullivan LJJ (judgment delivered extempore)
||Christopher Jacobs (instructed by Duncan Lewis (Solicitors) Ltd) for the appellant.
|| Susan Chan (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the respondent.
||9 September 2009
Immigration - Asylum seeker - Appeal - Claimants submitting unsafe for them to return home - Tribunal considering returnability - Asylum application being refused - Claimants contending tribunal erring in law - Whether tribunal erring
Immigration Asylum seeker. Court of Appeal, Civil Division: on appeal from a determination of the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, it was held that the AIT had not erred in law but had correctly taken into account guidance on the issue of returnability of the asylum seeking claimants as one of the factors to be considered in having reached their determination.
- An Official transcript is the final version of the judgment prepared by shorthand writers. LexisLibrary contains all judgments from the High Court and aboveView Judgment
- Cases related to this particular case that are related to, or discuss this caseView related cases
- Commentary discussing this particular case from LexisLibrary's comprehensive range of titles including Butterworths, Halsbury's and TolleyView related commentary
- The All England Law Reports comprises judgments with headnotes and catchwords indicating the area of law and key issues of the case prepared by legally qualified editorsFind AllER Reports