A local authority could not always be regarded as a private land owner, if it publicly owned the land, because it was exercising a statutory discretion in controlling access to staff and premises. In this class of case there was an interface between public law responsibilities and private law rights and therefore the local authority had to act fairly before it took measures to ban a former employee from its premises.

[2005] EWHC 2026 (Admin)

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