Landlords of Atlantic Bays Slated in Court Case

The landlords of Atlantic Bays Holiday Park (formerly Point Curlew) have been slated in a High Court action in Bristol.

They have been branded by HHJ McCahill as liars and attempting to mislead the court. He commented that Mr Francis would use people to achieve what he wanted. You can read a transcript of the judgement by following the links below.

Mr and Mrs Francis are apparently appealing the judgement in which costs were awarded against them in the region of £340,000.

Sept 25th – We have been informed that the appeal has been refused on paper. Mr and Mrs Francis may still apply for an oral hearing for permission to appeal.

Matchmove – Approved copy of Judgment 19th December 2013

Matchmove – Approved Copy of Judgment 18th Feb 2014

2 thoughts on “Landlords of Atlantic Bays Slated in Court Case

  1. Pat Marling

    Did Point Curlew have “protected or unprotected site “status?
    We seem to be flogging a dead horse with the Caravan Act 1968, as an un protected site.
    Kind regards

    Pat Marling

  2. Dennis Post author

    Our site has chalets and lodges with a touring caravan park so I don’t think your question applies to us, sorry.

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