Author Archives: Asad Khan

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Advocate High Courts of Pakistan

Guidance on Deportation and Family Proceedings

Mohammed (Family Court proceedings-outcome) [2014] UKUT 419 (IAC) (5 September 2014) Concerned with the interaction between family and deportation proceedings, this case involved Chalachew Mohammed (C), an Ethiopian national, who appealed the First-tier Tribunal (FtT) panel’s dismissal of his appeal … Continue reading

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Only the Civil Standard Applies in Demonstrating Citizenship

Begum v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2014] EWHC 2968 (Admin) (12 September 2014) This is a noteworthy case, with roots in Pakistan, about the standard of proof to be applied by Her Majesty’s Passport Office (HMPO) with … Continue reading

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Upper Tribunal Clarifies Case C-400/12 MG

MG (prison-Article 28(3)(a) of Citizens Directive) Portugal [2014] UKUT 392 (IAC) This famous case – referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) by the Upper Tribunal (UT) at [2012] UKUT 268 (IAC) – about the citizens’ … Continue reading

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Residential Tenancies Under The Immigration Act 2014

London is famous for its booming property market. Because of buoyant rents and rising property prices people with money find it easy to profit from buying to let residential property in London. Landlords value rent and anyone who is able … Continue reading

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Upper Tribunal Gives Judicial Review Warning

Okondu & Anor, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (wasted costs; SRA referrals; Hamid) IJR [2014] UKUT 377 (IAC) (20 August 2014) With more than a thousand claims being filed very month, the … Continue reading

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Experts And Temporary Leave To Remove From Jurisdiction

AB (A Child: Temporary Leave To Remove From Jurisdiction: Expert Evidence) [2014] EWFC 2758 is an important case where an arranged marriage broke down and during the course of private law proceedings the mother wanted to take her six year … Continue reading

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Lord Neuberger: the Price of Liberty is Eternal Vigilance

On 26 August 2014, Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury PSC delivered a speech entitled The Third and Fourth Estates: Judges, Journalists and Open Justice at the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents’ Club. It can be viewed here and despite the seriousness of the … Continue reading

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