A judge has ruled that the legal battle over a Nottingham protest camp will go to a full trial.
The Occupy Nottingham protests started in Old Market Square on 15th October. The Occupy movement has set up camps in a number of cities and the people involved are campaigning because they think the financial system is unfair.
Nottingham City Council took legal action to evict the demonstrators in February, but a decision has been deferred twice.
Demonstrators in Nottingham say Old Market Square is public land and they have a right to be there.
The council says the city centre is an unsuitable place for the tents.
Today the judge ruled that the human rights issues were sufficient to merit a three-day trial.
The trial has been scheduled to take place on the 30th April.