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Mandatory refusals and contriving to frustrate

Mandatory refusals and contriving to frustrate

I've just come across an interesting little judgment on mandatory refusal cases. It is only a permission decision so it has limited precedent value, but it is worth highlighting. The case is SA (Pakistan) v SSHD [2009] EWCA Civ 1510 ...

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