Attorney General v De Keyser's Royal Hotel

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal
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    • Malaysia
    • Federal Court (Malaysia)
    • Invalid date
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    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 1 December 1977
    ...powers can only be so exercised. While the Statute is in force the prerogative power is "merged in it" (Swinfen Eady M.R. [1919] 2 Ch 197 at page 216) or "in abeyance" (Lord Atkinson [1920] AC 508, at pages 539-40). On this last page Lord Atkinson continued: Whichever mo......
  • Burmah Oil Company (Burma Trading) Ltd v Lord Advocate
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    • House of Lords
    • 21 April 1964
    ...the prerogative right curtailed by legislation. 109As the Master of the Rolls pertinently said in his judgment in the Court of Appeal ( [1919] 2 Ch. 197): "What use would there be in imposing limitations, if the Crown could at its pleasure disregard them and fall back on prerogative?&......
  • Re Herbert Berry Associates Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • Invalid date
    ...powers can only be so exercised. While the Statute is in force the prerogative power is "merged in it" (Swinfen Eady M.R. [1919] 2 Ch 197 at page 216) or "in abeyance" (Lord Atkinson [1920] AC 508, at pages 539-40). On this last page Lord Atkinson continued: Whichever mo......
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