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The Defendant’s decision to terminate a contract for a care home was neither Wednesbury unreasonable nor disproportionate. The Claimant care home was not a victim in accordance with Article 8 ECHR.
19 January 2012
HHJ Llewellyn QC
(i) The Claimant, the owner and operator of Hillside Care Centre, sought permission to challenge the decision of the Defendant, dated 12 December 2011, to terminate its contract to provide care for elderly dementia sufferers. The Claimant further argued that termination of the contract was, in effect, a decision to close the home. The Claimant submitted that
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