Benefits - 1800- 1849
Law relating to Benefits; Income Support, Housing Benefit, Family Credit, National Assistance, Job-Seekers Allowance, Disability Living Allowance etc. See also Housing Law, and immigration (benefits for asylum seekers).
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This page lists 3 cases, and was prepared on 27 October 2012.
|Regina -v- Inhabitants of Eastbourne (1803) 4 East 103|
Lord Ellenborough C.J
|As to there being no obligation for maintaining poor foreigners before the statutes ascertaining the different methods of acquiring settlements, the law of humanity, which is anterior to all positive laws, obliges us to afford them relief, to save them from starving.|
|Blackledge -v- Harman  EngR 590; (1834) 1 M & Rob 344; (1834) 174 ER 118|
|15 Mar 1834
|Regina -v- The Inhabitants Of Stockton  EngR 869; (1845) 7 QB 520; (1845) 115 ER 585|
|28 May 1845
||Benefits, Local Government