Poplar Housing & Regeneration Community Association Ltd v Begum and another

Landlord and tenant – Lease. In a case concerning unlawful sub-letting by the respondent tenants, the recorder's decision to grant the appellant local authority a suspended order for possession had been fatally and demonstrably flawed. The recorder had also erred in refusing to make an Unlawful Profit Order (UOP) in the appellant's favour. Accordingly, an order for outright possession and a UOP in the sum of £1,500 would be made.

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