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London Borough of Southwark Council v Williams [1971] 1 Ch 734

This case considered the issue of necessity as a defence to trespass and whether or not homeless people could use this defence to remain in a house which the local council was seeking possession of.

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London Borough of Southwark Council v Williams [1971] 1 Ch 734
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