Mareeba Airport shed lessee vindicated by court

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After a long running battle Mareeba Shire Council has been ordered by a Cairns Supreme Court Judge to hand back a leased shed at Mareeba Airport wrongly taken from a long-term lessee.

Richard Rudd has leased the shed for a number of years saying he had always paid his rent on time.

Meanwhile CEO of Mareeba Shire Council, Peter Franks, for some unknown reason wanted him to vacate the premises.

Mr Rudd said he had been accused of living in the shed which contravened the lease conditions but denied having done so.

Below is the result of yesterday’s Supreme Court case in Cairns:

SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND

CITATION: Rudd v Mareeba Shire Council [2021] QSC 200

PARTIES: RICHARD ERIC RUDD (applicant) v MAREEBA SHIRE COUNCIL (respondent)

FILE NO/S: SC 90 of 2021

DIVISION: Trial PROCEEDING: Application

ORIGINATING COURT: Supreme Court of Queensland

DELIVERED EX TEMPORE ON: 11 August 2021

DELIVERED AT: Cairns

HEARING DATE:

6 August 2021;

10 August 2021;

11 August 2021

JUDGE: Henry J

ORDER:

1. The respondent will forthwith restore possession of the leased premises known as Lease N on SP171528 at Mareeba Airport, along with the keys thereto, to the applicant as the lessee of the premises.

2. The respondent will pay the applicant’s costs of the application to be assessed on the standard basis if not agreed.

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Posted on August 12, 2021, in General. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Kristene Murphy

    Does the airport want to store something? Could that be vaccines?

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  2. “does the airport want to store something?”
    Barracks for foreign troops most likely. Where else could they house them where they wouldn’t stick out like dog’s balls?

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  3. LGA’s just do whatever they want and rarely are held accountable. Nice to see the Cairns Supreme Court give the LGA a kick right were it belongs.

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  4. truthtellertonni

    Troops could be hidden in the underground tunnels & bunkers the army have already throughout Australia.
    They run to each capital state, even to other countries. That’s how they are getting around already. Ed, I thought all high court judges in Australia were Masons?

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