Anwar v Secretary of State for the Home Department

Immigration – Appeal. The provisions of the Immigration Rules had not of themselves imposed a condition restricting a person's place of study in the UK; a further administrative act was required in the individual case. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division further found that the actions taken by the Secretary of State had not succeeded in attaching the intended condition to the appellant's leave to remain because they had not given him notice in writing as required by s 4(1) of the Immigration Act 1971 Act.

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