Mark Mullins reviews the approach taken by the Supreme Court to the definition of “ordinary residence”
The Supreme Court’s decision in Cornwall is particularly important for local authority lawyers and others who need to work out which authority is responsible for young people making the transition from children’s to adult services. The majority overturned prevailing orthodoxy accepted by the Court of Appeal, with the result that the law is clearer.
The article, which first appeared in the New Law Journal, is available here.
Barristers: Mark Mullins