Davis v Lisle [1936]

Facts

  • A police officer entered a garage with implied consent
  • The consent was then revoked and the officer refused to leave
  • The occupier used force to evict the officer

Issue

  • Had the officer been assaulted in the execution of his duty

Decision

  • No

Reasoning

  • Common law, reasonable time to leave was given
RELATED CASE  R v Secretary of State for Defence, ex p Smith [1996]

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