Page values for "R (VC) v SSHD (2016) EWHC 273 (Admin), (2016) MHLO 7"
|_creationDate||2016-02-17 9:59:28 PM|
|_modificationDate||2019-05-20 12:57:38 PM|
|_categories||2016_cases • Cases • ICLR_summary • Judgment_available_on_Bailii • Repatriation_cases|
|_pageNameOrRedirect||R (VC) v SSHD (2016) EWHC 273 (Admin), (2016) MHLO 7|
Repatriation case with mental health background. "There are two strands to the contentions made by the Claimant in this claim, as argued before me: (1) a challenge to the lawfulness of his detention on the basis that it was in breach of (a) the Defendant's policy on detaining the mentally ill which, had it been applied lawfully, would have precluded the Claimant's detention; (b) Hardial Singh principle 3 because from 31 October 2014 there was no realistic prospect of the Claimant's removal within a reasonable timescale; and (c) Hardial Singh principle 2 because the Claimant was detained for an unreasonable length of time. (2) a challenge to the treatment of the Claimant in detention on the basis that it was: (a) in violation of Article 3 ECHR; (b) contrary to the Mental Capacity Act 2005; (c) discriminatory, contrary to the Equality Act 2010; and (d) procedurally unfair."
|Parties||VC • Secretary of State for the Home Department|
|Court||High Court (Administrative Court)|
|NCN|| EWHC 273 (Admin)|
|ICLR|| WLR(D) 90|
|Other_citations|| WLR 3704 •  1 WLR 3704|