"Ms Begum took the case to the Court of Appeal in November last year but lost after the judge upheld the earlier ruling.
In refusing the appeal, Lord Justice Hooper said: ‘There were serious breaches of the tenancy agreement, seriously affecting the neighbourhood and those living there.’
He ruled that ‘no sound basis for hope that the previous conduct would cease’ was sufficient evidence to see Friendship’s former tenants evicted from their home."
It's apparently had a long time in Court -- the Judges have adjudicated presumably on the evidence before them.
Will it end there or will it go elsewhere in the judicial system?
"The landlord said it was not aware what had happened to the family since the eviction."
-- Interesting that?
I wonder if the Court was aware what happened to the family as apparently they are 'duty bound' to consider the effect or aren't they -- perhaps with the eviction having already taken place they don't have to?