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The Court of Appeal, in the case of The local authority will therefore conduct a human rights assessment to establish whether the person is able to return to their country of origin to avoid remaining destitute and homeless in the UK, therefore preventing a breach of Article 3 of the ECHR. I look younger than my age, dressing both casual and conservative. Like my woman to b smart well dressed understanding Reserved a bit, passionate about my work, frank and loves with my whole heart.Where a person is eligible for care and support (including accommodation) under the Care Act and this is not provided when a legal or practical barrier is preventing the person from leaving the UK, then this is likely to result the local authority breaching the person’s right to be free of inhuman and degrading treatment under Article 3 of the ECHR.In the case of When there is clearly no legal or practical barrier to return, then the local authority does not have a duty to support a person when they are freely able to return to their country of origin, in accordance with raising human rights grounds (for example, Article 3 and/or Article 8) would constitute a legal barrier to return.

The Court of Appeal, in the case of The local authority will therefore conduct a human rights assessment to establish whether the person is able to return to their country of origin to avoid remaining destitute and homeless in the UK, therefore preventing a breach of Article 3 of the ECHR.

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Where a person is eligible for care and support (including accommodation) under the Care Act and this is not provided when a legal or practical barrier is preventing the person from leaving the UK, then this is likely to result the local authority breaching the person’s right to be free of inhuman and degrading treatment under Article 3 of the ECHR.

In the case of When there is clearly no legal or practical barrier to return, then the local authority does not have a duty to support a person when they are freely able to return to their country of origin, in accordance with raising human rights grounds (for example, Article 3 and/or Article 8) would constitute a legal barrier to return.

This principle has been established in two cases involving NRPF families who were subject to Schedule 3 and required support under section 17 of the Children Act 1989: A.