During a proceeding regarding landlords and housing, the complainant felt that the judge breached her privacy by mentioning a previous case that concerned her even though it had no bearing on the current case as they involve different landlords and, as a result, she felt that it made her look bad in front of her current landlord.

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During a proceeding regarding landlords and housing, the complainant felt that the judge breached her privacy by mentioning a previous case that concerned her even though it had no bearing on the current case as they involve different landlords and, as a result, she felt that it made her look bad in front of her current landlord. The complainant alleged that the judgement should not have coincided with that previous case.

The complainant was advised that the Council has no authority to review a judicial decision for the purpose of determining its correctness, nor can the Council change or rescind a judgment. If a litigant disagrees with a finding or a decision, they may appeal the decision. The matter was closed.

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