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  • The National Council for Civil Liberties (Liberty), R (On the Application Of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, April 27, 2018, [2018] EWHC 975 (Admin)

    2. This claim for judicial review concerns the compatibility of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 (``the IPA'' or ``the 2016 Act'') with both European Union (``EU'') law and the European Convention on Human Rights (``ECHR''). For present purposes the Court has only been concerned with part of the claim and not the whole of it: the hearing before u...

    ... Armitage (instructed by the Government Legal Department) for the Defendants. Hearing dates: ... v Minister for Communications, Marine and Natural Resources (Case C-293/12) EU:C:2014:238; [2015] ... death or injury or any damage to a person's physical or mental health, or of mitigating any ... that it would be sensible to apply the definition of ``events data'' first. 145. In summary, ...

  • VB (Appellant) v Westminster Magistrates' Court (Respondent)

    ... international courts have held that other persons wanted for trial in Rwanda would receive a fair ... of Rwanda was a prosecutor within the definition in that Act. There was thus no requirement under ... 2003 Act are however statutory, and the natural effect of section 77(1) is to provide for all ...The CPS are merely representing the legal interests of the GoR. Further, even if these ...

  • EN (Appellant) v Westminster Magistrates' Court (Respondent)

    ... international courts have held that other persons wanted for trial in Rwanda would receive a fair ... of Rwanda was a prosecutor within the definition in that Act. There was thus no requirement under ... 2003 Act are however statutory, and the natural effect of section 77(1) is to provide for all ...The CPS are merely representing the legal interests of the GoR. Further, even if these ...

  • CM (Appellant) v Westminster Magistrates' Court (Respondent)

    ... international courts have held that other persons wanted for trial in Rwanda would receive a fair ... of Rwanda was a prosecutor within the definition in that Act. There was thus no requirement under ... 2003 Act are however statutory, and the natural effect of section 77(1) is to provide for all ...The CPS are merely representing the legal interests of the GoR. Further, even if these ...

  • CU (Appellant) v Westminster Magistrates' Court (Respondent)

    ... international courts have held that other persons wanted for trial in Rwanda would receive a fair ... of Rwanda was a prosecutor within the definition in that Act. There was thus no requirement under ... 2003 Act are however statutory, and the natural effect of section 77(1) is to provide for all ...The CPS are merely representing the legal interests of the GoR. Further, even if these ...

  • Rights of Women, R (on the application of) v The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, February 18, 2016, [2016] EWCA Civ 91

    1. Legal aid is one of the hallmarks of a civilised society. Domestic violence is a blot on any civilised society but is regrettably prevalent. It is therefore no surprise that in an age of austerity, when significant reductions in the availability of legal aid are being made by Parliament, legal aid is preserved for victims of domestic violence

    ... Henderson (instructed by Government Legal Department) for the Respondent. Hearing dates: ... reason for that preservation, apart from natural sympathy with the victims of domestic violence, ... has adopted a cross-governmental definition of domestic violence as:-. ``any incident, or ...(f) a letter from the person appointed to chair any person who is a member of ...

  • Kennedy (Appellant) v The Charity Commission (Respondent)

    ...) (Instructed by Charity Commission Legal . Services) 1 st Intervener 2 nd ...Administrators, judges, arbitrators, and persons conducting inquiries and investigations depend ...It follows and, read naturally, qualifies each such head: that is, in the case ... section 32(2) because the statutory definition of an inquiry is clear. However, if for any ...

  • Gold Reserve Inc v The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, February 02, 2016, [2016] EWHC 153 (Comm)

    1. This is an application by the Defendant, the Republic of Venezuela (``Venezuela''), to set aside an order of this court made ex parte on documents alone granting leave to the Claimant, Gold Reserve Inc. (``GRI''), to enforce an arbitration award in the same manner as a judgment of this court and giving judgment in the terms of the award. 2. The...

    ..., many of whom had a significant focus on natural resource companies''. Thus it would appear that ... it is also necessary to note the definition in the BIT of ``investment'' and ``investor''. ...in the case of Canada:. (i) any natural person possessing the citizenship of Canada in ...In an article entitled ``Legal Responses to Corporate Manoeuvering in ...

  • Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber), January 06, 2015, [2015] UKUT 7 (AAC)

    Decision: The decision dated 18 December 2013 of the First-tier Tribunal (Health, Education and Social Care Chamber) (Special Educational Needs and Disability) under reference number SE830/13/00008 is erroneous in law and is set aside pursuant to section 12(2)(a) of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. It is appropriate for us re-make

    ...abuse of other persons'' for the purposes of that regulation. . 4. The ... technical provisions relating to the definition of disability and the duties to make reasonable ... units in England: a guide for those with legal responsibilities in relation to exclusion'' was ... that the word ``condition'' used in its natural meaning is wide enough to include both ...

  • In the matter of A (Children) (AP)

    ...Every person within the jurisdiction who was in a position to ... residence of his parents "would be a legal construct divorced from actual fact". It would ... property of a child which are given to a natural or legal person by judgment, by operation of law ... to this jurisdiction falls within the definition of a specific issue order, the judge might have ...

  • Reyes (Appellant/Cross-Respondent) v Al-Malki and another (Respondents/Cross-Appellants)

    ... Wells (Instructed by The Government Legal . Department) LORD SUMPTION: (with whom Lord ... allegations amount to trafficking in persons within the meaning of the International Protocol ... should not therefore depart from the natural meaning of the Convention unless the departure ... activity "appears to require some definition", he observed: . "the use of the words ...

  • N (A Child), Re, Court of Appeal - Family Division, December 01, 2016, [2016] EWHC 3085 (Fam)

    1. I have before me two applications by GS, who I will refer to as the applicant. She was born in Bangalore in India in 1956. It is common ground that her domicile of origin was India. So far as is material for present purposes, she has a brother, PVV, and a sister, PM. Both applications relate to N. She was born in India on 4 December 1998, and wi...

    ... Greatorex (instructed by the Government Legal Department) for the third respondent. Ms Deirdre ...3 The natural father has two children, one son and one ... proceedings according to religion based personal laws. Both these sets of Acts, Rules and ... (in which case the effect of the definition of ``parent'' in section 72(1) of the 1976 Act ...

  • Hyde Housing Association Ltd & Ors v Layton (Transfer of Undertakings: Acquired rights directive), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, September 11, 2015, [2015] UKEAT 0124_15_1109

    In circumstances where the Claimant's employment with M transferred to employment with M and the other Respondents, the ET held that there had been a relevant transfer for the purposes of Regulation 3(1)(a) TUPE. The Respondents appealed. The appeal raised the following questions: Can there be a relevant transfer for TUPE purposes where: (1) an e...

    ... extend to those cases where the employee's legal position vis-à-vis the employer was unchanged. ... there to be a transfer ``to another person''. The ET did not agree that this had to be to a ... of mergers not by laying down a definition of its own but by reference to the laws, ...(a) `transferor' shall mean any natural or legal person who, by reason of a transfer ...

  • R (on the application of ZH and CN) (Appellants) v London Borough of Newham and London Borough of Lewisham (Respondents)

    ... Edwards LLP) (Instructed by Head of Legal Services LB of . Newham and LB of Lewisham) ... it provided to an apparently homeless person while it investigated whether it owed him or her ...", a phrase which has long been the key definition of property which was subject to statutory rent ... distinction: a temporary dwelling is as natural a concept as a temporary residence, and carries ...

  • Erste Group Bank AG (London Branch) v JSC 'VMZ Red October', Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, October 03, 2013, [2013] EWHC 2926 (Comm)

    1. The Third and Fifth Defendants make applications both dated 31 January 2013 to set aside service of these proceedings upon them outside the jurisdiction in Russia pursuant to the Order of Cooke J dated 24 October 2012. 2. The Claimant (referred to hereafter as ``Erste'') is the London branch of an Austrian bank. It was one of a syndicate of lend...

    ...8. A useful summary of the applicable legal principles is to be found in the recent decision ... a concept not capable of very precise definition which reflects that the plaintiff must properly ... "appropriate" in the sense simply of "natural". The use of the word "appropriate" as opposed to ... 22 being described in translation as ``Persons belonging to the same group of persons as [the ...

  • P (A Child), Court of Appeal - Civil Division, August 15, 2014, [2014] EWCA Civ 1174

    1. This appeal concerns a step-parent adoption. It is some years since the Court of Appeal considered the approach to step-parent adoption applications. In the light of the recent flow of cases from the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal relating to non-consensual adoption in the context of public law child protection proceedings (the two prin...

    ...(a) a couple, or . (b) one person, . but only if it is made under section 50 or 51 ... is therefore necessary to turn to the definition of ``the partner of a parent of the person to be ... their spouse, who was one of the child's natural parents (Adoption Act l976, ss 14 and 15). This ... would thereby acquire a more dominant legal status in the child's life than the natural ...

  • Frack Free Balcombe Residents Association, R (on the Application of) v West Sussex County Council, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 05, 2014, [2014] EWHC 4108 (Admin)

    2. This claim for judicial review seeks to quash the planning permission of 2nd May 2014 granted by West Sussex County Council (``WSCC''), as minerals planning authority, to Cuadrilla Balcombe Limited (``CBL'') for ``temporary permission for exploration and appraisal comprising the flow testing and monitoring of the existing hydrocarbon lateral bo...

    ..., emissions to air, the treatment of naturally occurring radioactive substances, and the ...) demonstrates that the risks to which persons at the borehole site are exposed whilst they are ... had spoken , the Chairwoman asked the WSCC legal adviser and Mr Wick of the EA to provide ...24. I shall turn to the definition of ``local finance consideration'' below. D ...

  • Evans & Ors v The Serious Fraud Office, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 12, 2015, [2015] EWHC 263 (QB)

    1. Following a five-day hearing, on 18 February 2014 in the Crown Court at Cardiff, prior to arraignment, I dismissed the single charge of conspiracy to defraud on which the Serious Fraud Office (``the SFO'') sought to try the six Applicants (now reported as R v Evans and Others [2014] EW Misc 5 (Crown C), [2014] 1 WLR 2817). I generally adjourned...

    ... that money to benefit the Defendants personally. . Count 2 . STATEMENT OF OFFENCE . CONSPIRACY TO ... that Oak would be unable to meet those legal obligations, and . iii) to conceal from, and/or ... legal representative (whether a natural or non-natural person), and not against a party. ... very frequently be (if it is not by definition) unreasonable. We do not think any sharp ...

  • Southward Housing Co-Operative Ltd v Walker & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 08, 2015, [2015] EWHC 1615 (Ch)

    2. The Defendants have also applied for a declaration of incompatibility in relation to section 80 of the Housing Act 1985 (``HA 1985'') and paragraph 12(1)(h) of Schedule 1 to the Housing Act 1988 (``HA 1988'') pursuant to section 4 of the Human Rights Act 1998 (``the HRA''). 3. Thus, there are issues of both private and public law involved and, g...

    ... and efficient submissions in a case of some legal complexity. Background Facts. The parties. 7. As ... association that restricts membership to persons who are tenants or prospective tenants of the .... 36. An equivalent definition is set out by section 1 of the Housing ... at possession proceedings, the more natural construction of the words is that the grounds ...

  • Kerman & Co Llp, R (On the Application Of) v Legal Ombudsman, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, November 11, 2014, [2014] EWHC 3726 (Admin)

    1. This is a claim for judicial review by Kerman & Co LLP, a firm of solicitors, of a decision of the defendant, in a letter dated 19 December 2013, that the claimant was the successor to PS Levy & Co and responsible for dealing with a complaint made by Mrs Schroeder to the Legal Ombudsman, the Defendant. 2. Permission to apply for judicial review

    ... to enable complaints to be brought against ``authorised persons'' was set up under the Legal Services Act 2007 (LSA). Part 6 of ... In relation to a natural person it means when that person has died. That interpretation ... The definition of the word ``person'' is deliberately non-exhaustive as set out ...

  • R (on the application of SG and others (previously JS and others)) (Appellants) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Respondent)

    ... Intervener (Shelter Children's Legal Service) Jonathan Manning ..."Every natural or legal person is entitled to the peaceful ... that it necessarily followed, by definition, that half the working households in the UK would ...

  • Pan Oceanic Chartering Inc v UNIPEC UK Co Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, November 10, 2016, [2016] EWHC 2774 (Comm)

    G. Was there an enforceable brokerage agreement between POC and TI by which TI agreed, amongst other things, to pay POC commission of 1.25% of gross freight, deadfreight and demurrage earned by TI on the 2010 WAF COA? H. Implied in law promise: UHK I. Tortious interference with contractual relations: UUK and UHK J. Quantum K. Conclusion Introduct...

    ... makes good business sense to him, was a natural development of the expansion of the UUK trading ... which Mr Guo said all take place either in person or by telephone. As indicated above, neither Mr ... partner, by Mr Guo in unrelated but ongoing legal proceedings. It is not necessary to rehearse ...233. This definition has been incorporated into the law of New Jersey ...

  • Cherkley Campaign Ltd, R (on the application of) v Longshot Cherkley Court Ltd, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 22, 2013, [2013] EWHC 2582 (Admin)

    MR JUSTICE HADDON-CAVE: ``The planning system...is created as an instrument of government, as a means of restricting private land use rights in the interests of the community as a whole.'' (Sir Malcolm Grant, Urban Planning Law, 1982 edition, p. 6). Introduction Preamble 1. This case engages the fundamentals of planning law. By its origins, ...

    ...Much of the legal argument revolved around whether a ``need'' for ... the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Estate is adjacent to the Box Hill ..., but merely strong evidence that such persons will ordinarily regarded as aggrieved (see Lord .... Dictionary definition of ``need'' . 94. The word ``need'' in Old ...

  • New Gold Reports Fourth Quarter and Year-End Financial Results.

    ... in late December reaching one million person-hours without lost-time injury. . The New Afton ... New Gold's operations; (2) political and legal developments in jurisdictions where New Gold ... current levels; (5) prices for diesel, natural gas, fuel oil, electricity and other key supplies ..., Metallurgy and Petroleum ('CIM') Definition Standards for Mineral Resources and Mineral ...

  • Moxon v Litchfield & Ors, Re LCM Wealth Management Ltd, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 12, 2013, [2013] EWHC 3957 (Ch)

    1. The Petitioner, Richard Anthony Moxon (``Mr Moxon''), seeks redress in respect of (a) his removal from office as a director and his exclusion from management of the sixth respondent, LCM Wealth Management Limited (``the Company'' or ``LCM'') and (b) the implementation (or purported implementation) of provisions in the Company's Articles of Assoc...

    ... a long standing plan, born out of personal antipathy between him and Mr Cook and which came ... such, were governed by bespoke and detailed legal agreements. . 20. Mr Cook emphasised in his ... the above agreements falls within the definition of ``Relevant Agreement'' in Article 3.2 of the ..., that tactic was consistent with a natural alliance between Mr Litchfield and Mr Cook which ...