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  • Hotel Cipriani SRL & Ors v Cipriani (Grosvenor Street) Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 09, 2008, [2008] EWHC 3032 (Ch)

    1. The First Claimant (``HC'') owns and operates the Hotel Cipriani in Venice. The Second Claimant owns and operates the Ristorante Hotel Cipriani at the Lapa Palace Hotel in Lisbon. The Third Claimant owns and operates the Ristorante Villa Cipriani at the Reid's Palace Hotel in Madeira. All three Claimants are members of the Orient Express Hotels

    ... features of the CTM application have only a secondary impact on its overall impression, there are sufficient grounds to ... has been ranked for decades among the best of the sector in specialised directories, both because of the quality of its .... Art. 1365 Examples. When in a contract an example is expressly included in order to ...

  • Ministry of Defence (Respondent) v AB and others (Appellants)

    ... department or local authority, or any other public-sector or private-sector body, but with no real prospect of proving ... of those facts will necessarily be founded on other secondary facts. Thus, on analysis, the test applied in Halford was ... use of mobile phones causes brain tumours are, perhaps, examples of such suspicions or belief. The parents of victims of ...

  • Government Launches Light Touch Review Of Planning Act Regime

    ... was wondering if there would be any proposed changes to secondary legislation, but apparently not, but there are one or two useful ... or scoping opinion requests (16).  The annex with examples of AD is expanded. Other guidance. The other four guidance ...

  • Albion Water Ltd v Water Services Regulation Authority, Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Competition Appeals Tribunal, October 06, 2006, [2006] CAT 23

    62. This judgment follows the Tribunal's interim judgment of 22 December 2005 [2005] CAT 40. We repeat, where relevant, parts of the text of the interim judgment so that the reader may find, in one document, the essential facts and circumstances. Since the interim judgment we have received a large quantity of additional evidence and submissions.

    ... Prices, most notably in the ``tariff basket'' sector, have traditionally been averaged across customers. The ... works Dr Bryan was cross-examined at length on this secondary issue. In fairness to him, we point out that Dwr Cymru does not ... Such isolated examples as there are do not resemble the circumstances of the water ...

  • H J Banks & Company Ltd v Speight & Anor, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, January 31, 2005, [2005] EWLands RA_239_1995

    RATING - private opencast coal sites - valuation - royalties and market evidence - comparison with British Coal assessments - tone of the list - methods of valuation - respondent valuation officers' valuations accepted. IN THE MATTER OF NOTICES OF APPEAL BETWEEN H J BANKS AND COMPANY LIMITED Appellants and ANTHONY SPEIGHT And Respond...

    ... Act 1994, was the return of the industry to the private sector, operating under a licensing system. The Act established the ... he has prepared receipts and expenditure valuations as secondary valuations (summarised in Appendix 3 to this decision (as ... The history of rating has many examples of the ingenuity of valuers in producing new valuation methods or ...

  • C v A Local Authority, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, March 30, 2011, [2011] EWHC 1539 (Admin)

    1. These are proceedings in the Court of Protection and the Administrative Court concerning C, a young man who was born on 29 July 1992 and is aged 18. C suffers from severe autism and severe learning disabilities and exhibits extreme, challenging behaviours including severe anxiety, sensory impairment, aggressive and destructive traits, significa...

    ... The most notable examples being a broken nose and a detached retina leading to loss of ... guidance helpfully sets out the need for primary and secondary preventative strategies (paragraphs 5.1 to 5.4), the necessity ... special residential school operated by a non public sector organisation i.e. it is not part of the further education sector ...

  • JP Morgan Chase Bank & Ors v Springwell Navigation Corporation, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, May 27, 2008, [2008] EWHC 1186 (Comm)

    1. Springwell Navigation Corporation (``Springwell''), the effective claimant in these proceedings, was, at all material times for the purpose of this litigation, the investment vehicle of the Polemis family, who owned and operated a large Greek shipping fleet. By its counterclaim, Springwell makes various claims against a number of companies with...

    ... I accept, that, in the late 1980s, the private banking sector was undeveloped in the UK, and that many changes have been made ... the witness statements and oral evidence: the following examples of what Springwell contended were the representations made by EM ..., JA would source products in both the primary and secondary markets. On a new issue, if Chase (i.e. the Investment Bank) ...

  • Kostic v Chaplin & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, October 15, 2007, [2007] EWHC 2298 (Ch)

    1. This is a probate action concerning the late Branislav Kostic who died on 24 October 2005, three days after his eightieth birthday, leaving a net estate before inheritance tax worth in excess of £8.2 million. Mr Kostic was generally known to his family and friends as Bane Kostic, ``Bane'' being pronounced, approximately, ``Barnay'', and sometim...

    ... business trading with all the major companies in the sector such as Glaxo, Ciba-Geigy and Hoffmann-La Roche; he also traded ... be readily understood by anybody who has seen surviving examples of Bane's correspondence from this period. . 95. As I have ... that the primary delusions may give rise to a series of secondary beliefs, which are not in themselves irrational but depend on the ...

  • In The Hot Seat - Reducing Costs In Public-Sector Organisations In An Age Of Austerity

    ...These successes have been recognised by the Treasury:. "There are numerous and diverse examples of continuous improvement in public services, based on Lean principles, which have delivered ...Nonetheless, secondary legislation creates a legal obligation for the document to be produced, thus creating unnecessary ...

  • Media Marketing & Promotions v Office Of Communications, Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Competition Appeals Tribunal, May 15, 2006, [2006] CAT 12

    This is an appeal under section 192 of the Communications Act 2003 (“the 2003 Act”) brought by Media Marketing and Promotions (“MMP”), against a decision taken by OFCOM in a “Notification under section 94 of the Communications Act 2003 of Contravention of General Condition 18”, dated 26 August 2005 (“the Notification”). In the Notification, OFCOM...

    ... any sort – the so called systemless service providers (examples of systemless service providers are those that resell the network ... the telecommunications, media, and information technology sectors. The regulatory framework was set out in five new EU Directives ...MMP further submits that it is a reseller, being a secondary level or intermediary service provider, and should not be ...

  • Kuwait Airways Corporation v Iraqi Airways Company, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, November 10, 2000, [2000] EWCA Civ 284

    1. By this judgment of the court, the Court of Appeal upheld the judgment of Mance J. In particular, it ruled that an English court was entitled to decline to recognise Resolution 369 of the Revolutionary Command Council of Iraq. It held that at all material times Iraq was neither the de facto nor the de jure government of Kuwait; that the resolu...

    ... Fehed said that Mosul was regarded very much as a secondary, if not even a tertiary, IQAF airbase. General Ismail, for his ...295. He then drew attention to international examples of the recognition of compulsory acquisition, subject to public ... of IAC's pilots, Captain Zaki, for the agreement of the Sector to be obtained for the movement of "two airplane A300 from Mousel ...

  • In the Hot Seat - Reducing Costs in Public-Sector Organisations in an Age of Austerity

    ...These successes have been recognised by the Treasury:. "There are numerous and diverse examples of continuous improvement in public services, based on Lean principles, which have delivered ...Nonetheless, secondary legislation creates a legal obligation for the document to be produced, thus creating unnecessary ...

  • Calltel Telecom Ltd & Anor v HM Revenue and Customs, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, May 21, 2009, [2009] EWHC 1081 (Ch)

    1. This is an appeal from a decision of the VAT and Duties Tribunal (Colin Bishopp, Chairman and Cyril Shaw FCA) dated 20th July 2007. The appeal is against decisions by HMRC to refuse repayment of input tax in respect of claims made for that purpose by the appellants Calltel Telecom Limited (``Calltel'') and Opto Telelinks (Europe) Limited (``Opto...

    ...Both have always been dealers in mobile phones, in the secondary, or ``grey'', market. Calltel had a fairly high turnover from ... these levels of turnover were not unusual in their trade sector. The ``buffers'' and overseas traders with which Calltel and Opto ... [103] to [107] of its decision, reviewed in detail two examples of Calltel's due diligence and then said this about the evidence ...

  • 32Red Plc (A Gibraltar Company) v WHG (International) Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, January 21, 2011, [2011] ETMR 21,[2011] EWHC 62 (Ch)

    1. This is a trade mark dispute between online gaming and casino operators. The claimant, 32Red Plc (``32Red''), is a Gibraltar-registered company which first started to operate an online casino under the 32Red brand in 2002. It has always traded under the same brand name, and has sought to establish a distinctive reputation in that brand coupled...

    ... and re-launch William Hill's presence in the online gaming sector. When the joint venture was announced on 20 October 2008, the ...'s lawyers on the internet which produced more than 50 examples of online casinos and affiliate sites with numbers in their ... about infringement under Article 9(1)(b), 32Red's secondary case based on Article 9(1)(c) becomes comparatively unimportant. ...

  • Partridge Farms Ltd, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, July 14, 2008, [2008] EWHC 1645 (Admin)

    1. In these proceedings the Claimant seeks judicial review of the Cattle Compensation (England) Order 2006 (``the Order''), which makes provision for the payment of compensation to farmers whose cattle are taken by the Government for slaughter by reason of tuberculosis or certain other diseases. His application is supported by the National Farmers'

    ...· valuations in the secondary market set a benchmark or floor for other valuations in the ... with representatives from a broad range of industry sectors, we commissioned a study, by ADAS Consulting Ltd, to look into ... much reduced number, Defra has continued to see worrying examples of over-compensation, but he gave no particulars of these ...

  • Alternative Sources Of Corporate Finance: Convertible Bonds

    ... publicly traded by global institutions active in the secondary convertible bond market. Convertible bonds are traditionally ... billion pound market capitalisation companies - recent examples include; BA, 3i, Tui, WPP and Aegis. The market has started to ... in convertible bonds in the larger market capitalisation sector as turbulent market conditions make it difficult for companies to ...

  • Cavendish Corporate Finance LLP v Gil Investments Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 07, 2009, [2009] EWCA Civ 368

    1. This appeal is about a commission agreement in relation to the sale of shares in a company, Tractiv Group Ltd (I will call it the Company). The Appellant, GIL Investments Ltd (``GIL''), was one of its three shareholders, the others being Close Brothers Private Equity Ltd (``Close'') and Mr Anthony Howat, who was the CEO of the Company. All thr...

    ...``Based on our specific experience of the sector and our wide experience of selling businesses, we would expect a ... Tractiv prior to disposal'', which I will call the ``secondary phrase'', must also be taken into account, but submitted that ... Sometimes it can be used to give examples from which the overall meaning of the preceding general words can ...

  • Brown (aka Bajinja) & Ors v The Government of Rwanda Secretary & anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, April 08, 2009, [2009] EWHC 770 (Admin)

    1. On 1 August 2008, pursuant to s.93(4) of the Extradition Act 2003 (``the 2003 Act''), the Secretary of State signed orders to the effect, that these four appellants be extradited to Rwanda to face trial in that country for crimes of genocide. The case had been sent to the Secretary of State by District Judge Evans (``the judge'') on 6 June 2008...

    ... complicity in genocide (which we take to be a form of secondary offence), and extermination (as a crime against humanity). On 28 ...There are examples of persons being too afraid to appear as witnesses for persons ... Rwanda has made significant achievements in the justice sector over the past 12 years, building up a system that was in ruins ...

  • SRM Global Master Fund Lp & Ors, R. (On the Applications of) v The Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, February 13, 2009, [2009] EWHC 227 (Admin)

    2. In these proceedings the Claimants challenge the compatibility of the legislation relating to the assessment of compensation payable to them as former shareholders of Northern Rock plc following its nationalisation in February 2008. They contend that the provisions of the legislation concerning the assessment of their compensation are unfair and...

    ...iii. accounting for financial sector resilience to operational disruption within government.''. 15. ... instances of the Bank refusing assistance apart from the examples given by Lord George. Since the secondary banking crisis of 1973 ...

  • Camerata Property Inc v Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Ltd (Rev 1), Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, March 09, 2011, [2011] EWHC 479 (Comm)

    1. On 25 July 2007 the claimant, Camerata Property Inc (``Camerata''), bought through Credit Suisse (Guernsey) Limited (``CSG'') for US$12 million a ``5-year Autoredemption Note in USD Bearish on Eur/USD'' (the ``Note'') issued by Lehman Brothers Treasury Co BV (the ``Issuer''). On 15 September 2008 Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc (``Lehman'') and

    ... over his son, had not been interested in the financial sector and put his money into time deposits and, to some small extent, ... I give three examples. . i) On his own account, he told Mr Ventouris untruths at ... Their secondary case is that, even if Mr Ventouris did not expressly ask about ...

  • Evans, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for Defence, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, June 25, 2010, [2010] EWHC 1445 (Admin)

    1. This is the judgment of the court, to which both members have contributed. The case concerns UK policy and practice in relation to the transfer to the Afghan authorities of suspected insurgents detained by UK armed forces in the course of operations in Afghanistan. The policy is that such detainees are to be transferred to the Afghan authoriti...

    ...59. The Afghanistan Justice Sector Overview, prepared by the United Nations Assistance Mission in ... Access by the AIHRC and the ICRC provides a secondary safeguard but is not an adequate substitute. The AIHRC has ... Isolated examples of abuse may occur, but we are not satisfied that a consistent ...

  • Rousselon Freres Et CIE v Horwood Homewares Ltd, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, April 24, 2008, [2008] EWHC 881 (Ch)

    1. This appeal is from the decision of Mr Mike Foley, the Hearing Officer of the Comptroller-General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks, dated 1 August 2007 (“the Decision”) following a hearing in the early part of 2007. Mr Foley dismissed the consolidated applications made by the Appellant (“RF”) to invalidate two United Kingdom trade marks reg...

    ... leading companies in the leisure electronic devices sector. It markets some of its products under the name ‘THOMSON ... to the extent that the other components are largely secondary to the overall impression. There will be no likelihood of ... I do not think these examples help Mr Vanhegan as much as he might like. Taking them in turn:. ...

  • E v The Governing Body of JFS & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, July 03, 2008, [2008] EWHC 1535,[2008] EWHC 1536,[2008] EWHC 1536 (Admin),[2008] EWHC 1535 (Admin)

    1. I have before me two applications for judicial review which raise important questions as to the relationship between religious law and secular law - in this particular instance, secular discrimination law as embodied in the Race Relations Act 1976. 2. These questions arise in the context of a dispute within our Jewish community about the propri...

    ... add at this point that in September 2007 M began his secondary education at another school. . The history of the dispute: the ...(2) The following are examples of the facilities and services mentioned in subsection (1) - . .. ... ethos and values of their faith to do so within the State sector. It is a legitimate aim embodied in a policy with which the court ...

  • Bloomsbury International Ltd & Ors. v The Sea Fish Industry Authority & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 18, 2010, [2010] EWCA Civ 263

    1. The question at the centre of this appeal is whether the power under section 4 of the Fisheries Act 1981 (``the 1981 Act'') to impose a levy in respect of sea fish and sea fish products ``landed'' in the United Kingdom extends to the imposition of a levy in respect of sea fish and sea fish products first brought to land elsewhere and then import...

    ... case the choice is between the primary meaning and the secondary but correct and acceptable meaning''. 14. Mr Graham submitted ... The judge referred at para [58] of his judgment to examples of fisheries legislation where ``landed'' has that meaning. They ... as going to eliminate discrimination against only one sector of the sea fish industries of other member states, namely, the ...

  • Brazzill & Ors v Willoughby & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, July 10, 2009, [2009] EWHC 1633 (Ch)

    1. This is a trial of an Ordinary Application issued on the 13th February 2009 by the Applicants the Joint Administrators of Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander Limited (``the Administrators'' and ``KSF'' respectively) for directions under paragraph 63 of Schedule B1 of the Insolvency Act 1986. 2. The purpose of the Ordinary Application is to seek the

    ... TFL's secondary submission is that the trust is established by reference to Mr ... It is well illustrated by some examples. All the Edge Accounts were transferred to ING Direct by the ...b) risks to the Icelandic economy and banking sector identified in the Concluding Statement by the International ...