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Appeal to test article eight right over private property

first_imgSquatters occupying the likely site of Heathrow’s proposed third runway were yesterday given a six-week stay of eviction to appeal under article eight of the Human Rights Act, the right to home and family life. The site is privately owned and this will be the first time that a higher court has been asked to determine whether article eight applies to private landlords in the same way that it does to public bodies. If the Court of Appeal decides that the squatters do have rights under article eight, private landlords will in future find it harder to remove a tenant, particularly if the tenant is pregnant or has a young child, a disability or other compelling reason to remain in the property. The Heathrow squatters have for more than two years occupied a site they call Grow Heathrow, transforming it from a derelict rubbish dump to a place where they can live and grow produce. However, the owner of the site, Imran Malik, has successfully applied to Central London County Court to have the land returned to him. Judge Karen Walden-Smith, while accepting Malik’s claim for possession, said yesterday that she was taking the ‘unusual step’ of granting an appeal against her own order evicting the squatters so that the higher courts could determine whether article eight applies to the private sector as well as to public bodies. She said: ‘The supreme court has so far shied away from reaching a determination as to whether article eight applies to private as well as public landlords. ‘In my judgment… [since] the land is being occupied as a home, article eight is capable of application even though the landowner is a private individual and the occupiers are trespassers.’ If the Court of Appeal backs Walden-Smith’s decision, private landlords will have to take tenants’ human rights into consideration before asking them to leave. Grow Heathrow resident May Mackenzie said: ‘We are delighted by this opportunity to challenge laws which allow landlords to leave land empty and abused.’ A spokesman for Malik said that he was disappointed that leave to appeal has been granted. The squatters have six weeks in which to bring their appeal.last_img read more

2020 Kenai River Early-Run King Salmon Season Starts Under General Regulation

first_imgKenai River king salmon sport fishing general regulations for January 1 through June 30, 2020, in Kenai River waters downstream of Skilak Lake are as follows:Bait is prohibited, and only one single-hook, artificial lure may be used.The bag and possession limit for king salmon 20 inches or greater in length is one king salmon. Only king salmon 34 inches or less in length may be retained. King salmon greater than 34 inches in length may not be removed from the water and must be released immediately.There is a five fish annual limit for king salmon over 20 inches from all Cook Inlet Drainage waters in combination, which includes only two fish per year over 20 inches from the Kenai River, except fish under 28 inches in length caught in the Kenai River prior to July 1 do not count towards the annual limit. All harvested fish that count towards an annual limit must be recorded on a harvest record card or your license.The bag and possession limit for king salmon less than 20 inches (jacks) is 10 fish. This projection falls within the optimal escapement goal (OEG) of 3,900 to 6,600 large king salmon. If the Kenai River early-run king salmon preseason projection falls within or above the OEG, the early-run king salmon sport fishery may start under general regulations for the Kenai River (5 AAC 57.120) until an inseason projection is available. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The 2020 Kenai River early-run king salmon preseason projection is for approximately 4,800 large (> 34 inches) king salmon, according to a release from the Department of Fish and Game issued on Thursday. Anglers are reminded that regulations may be liberalized or restricted inseason by emergency order if subsequent inseason projections, based on the sonar counts at river mile 14, suggest that the king salmon OEG may not be achieved. Sufficient inseason information is typically available by approximately June 15.last_img read more