Permits in UK Law
Paponette and Others v Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago
...... the PTSC to make reasonable charges for any accommodation on its property (regulation 3) and authorised and required the PTSC to issue permits to the owners or operators of public service vehicles for a fee upon being satisfied that such owners or operators were fit and proper persons to use ......
R (Edwards) v Environment Agency (No. 2)
......In such cases it may be appropriate to review several permits in the area to set slightly stricter ELVs for each installation rather than simply imposing the entire burden of compliance on the last applicant." ......
David Edwards Lilian Pallikaropoulos (Appellants) 1) The Environment Agency and Others (Respondents) Cemex Uk Cement Ltd (Formerly Rugby Ltd) (Interested Party)
...... as part of an application for planning permission, but not also in respect of a discrete process for consideration of applications for PPC permits, has not properly implemented the EIA Directive; and . . 4 ) the Agency is, therefore, in breach of the Directive, which has direct ......
R v Secretary of State for the Home Department, ex parte Ku
...... . 3 Their work permits were all in similar terms. Mr Kuet's was dated 18 September 1990 and those for Mr Ku and Mr Chung were dated 19 September 1990. They each covered a ......
R v Inner London Crown Court, ex parte Greenwich London Borough Council
......On 10th April, 1970, the Leeds City Council passed a "blanket" resolution saying that: "permits shall be neither granted nor renewed on or after 1st July, 1970, for the provision of amusements with prizes on any premises other than premises ......
R v Herrod, ex parte Leeds City Council
...... authorities who are appellants has passed what is known as a "blanket" resolution, the effect of which if valid is that applications for permits or renewals of permits for the provision of amusement with prizes in any of the premises must automatically be refused, without a hearing or ......
PB and Others (Goa: EEA discretionary permit; interpretation)
...... of an Adjudicator, Mr A G O'Malley, dismissing their appeals against the decision of the Respondent on 8 July 2002 refusing them EEA family permits for residence in the United Kingdom with the sponsor. . 2 The Appellants and the sponsor are all from Goa. We envisage that the ......
Vehicle Control Services Ltd v The Commissioners for HM Revenue & Customs
...... indicating that the car park is private property for the use of valid permit holders only, and that vehicles not clearly displaying valid permits will be liable to parking enforcement procedures including the issue of a parking charge notice, vehicle immobilisation and towing away, and ......
- R (Edwards) v Environment Agency
The Secretary of State for the Home Department v CA (Turkey)
...... the Home Department  1 WLR 94 ), a visa requirement (Case C-228/06 Soysal v Germany  2 CMLR 47 ) and charges for residence permits (Case C-242/06 Minister voor Vreemdelingenzaken en Integratie v Sahin  1 CMLR 215 ). In this connection, Miss Lieven took us to the Tum ......
See all results