Enforcement notice: nullity: criminal proceedings

Sarodia v Redbridge LBC Queen’s Bench Division (Administrative Court), 14 September 2017 (unreported) – “There was no doubt that nullity of the enforcement notice could be raised in a prosecution for alleged breach of the notice…The district judge erred in asking herself whether there could have been a successful appeal to the secretary of state. The notice could not have been saved by s.176 as the amendments it required were too extensive and could not have been made without injustice to the appellant.” (from case summary)

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