Attorney General v Great Northern Railway Company

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtHouse of Lords
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  • Attorney General (Down County Council) v The Lagan Navigation Company
    • Ireland
    • House of Lords (Ireland)
    • 30 May 1924
    ...authorities. Two cases have been particularly referred to, the Sharpness case ( 1915 Appeal Cases 654), and the Pickford case ( 1916, 2 Appeal Cases 356). Each of these cases was decided on the construction of the Statute under which the bridge in question had been constructed, with the r......
  • Hazell v Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 22 February 1990
    ...66Two preliminary points can be noted. First, the general approach to this question is well established. In Attorney General v. Great Eastern Railway Company 5 App. Cas. 473, 478, Lord Selborne L.C. said: "…whatever might fairly be regarded as incidental to, or consequential upon, those th......
  • Magistrates of Leven v London and North-Eastern Railway Company [No. 53.]
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Session
    • 2 March 1926
    ...South-Western Railway Co. v. Magistrates of AyrELR, 1912 S. C. (H. L.) 87, Lord Shaw, at p. 91, [1912] A. C. 520. 1 [1915] A. C. 654. 2 [1916] 2 A. C. 356. 3 Sharpness New Docks and Gloucester and Birmingham Navigation Co. v. Attorney-GeneralELR, [1915] A. C. 654; Attorney-General v. Great ......
  • South Australian Railways Commissioner v Barnes
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • Invalid date
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