Attorney General v Lamplough

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date1877
CourtCourt of Appeal
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29 cases
  • Express & Star Ltd v Bunday
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 24 July 1987
    ...however argue that on the legislative history of section 62 and applying the principle which he contended one could extract from Attorney-General v. Lamplough [1878] 3 Ex. D. 214, one should construe "lock-out" in the 1978 Act by its definition in section 167 of the Industrial Relations Act......
  • NS v Judge Anderson and Others
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 18 November 2004
    ...question of words. The schedule is as much part of the statute, and is as much an enactment as any other part'" [ A.G. v. Lamplough (1878) 3 Ex.D. 214, per Brett L.J. at p. 229]. 42 The applicant, relying on the passages above, submits that Article 31 of the Convention has been incorporated......
  • Bederev v Ireland
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 22 June 2016 the power to add new substances. Maher v. Minister for Agriculture [2001] 2 I.R. 139 followed. Attorney General v. Lamplough(1878) 3 Ex. D. 214, Flower Freight Co. Ltd. v. Hammond[1963] 1 Q.B. 275, Reg. v. Legal Aid Committee No. 1 (London) Legal Aid Area, Ex parte Rondel[1967] 2 Q.B. 48......
  • Kimberly Isherwood v The Welsh Ministers
    • United Kingdom
    • King's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 22 December 2022
    ...had to be placed in the body of the Act to be effective is contrary to authority. As Brett LJ observed in Attorney General v Lamplough (1878) 3 Ex D 214, 229, “ [t]he schedule is as much a part of the statute, and is as much an enactment as any other part”; and see Bennion, Bailey and Norbu......
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1 books & journal articles
  • Interpretation Of Statutes
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Sasegbon's Laws of Nigeria. Volume 12 Interpretation Of Statutes
    • 3 July 2016
    ...correspond with the schedule, the latter must yield to the former”. The same view was affirmed by Breth, L.J in Att-Gen. v. Lamplough (1878) 3 Ex D 214 at p 229 when he said that if an enactment in a schedule contradicts an earlier clause of an enactment, the earlier clause prevails against......

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