Naseem Akhtar v Birmingham City Council  EWCA Civ 383
Housing – Community Care – Reasons
12 April 2011
Court of Appeal
Rimer LJ, Kay LJ, Etherton LJ
Where accommodation was offered, it was implicitly deemed suitable and thus no reasons justifying it were necessary. In the case of a successful review, reasons were not required to address all aspects that had been challenged under the review.
(1) The Appellant, Naseem Akhtar, sought permission to appeal against a decision stating that there was no requirement to give reasons when offering accommodation.
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