Attorney General v Scott

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1905
Year1905
CourtCourt of Appeal
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13 cases
  • Fairfield Sentry Ltd ((in Liquidation)) & Krys v Citco Bank Nederland NV and Others
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 28 Febrero 2012
    ...of future rights as the respondent's obligation will vary at different dates and in different circumstances: Attorney General v. Scott [1905] 2 K.B. 160. Nor where a declaration will be of no practical value; Bennett v. Chappell [1966] Ch. 391." 98 98. To determine whether the plaintiffs ar......
  • P McD v The Governor of the X Prison
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 17 Septiembre 2021
    ...and efficacy: The court has exercised its discretion to refuse declarations which will serve no useful purpose, [ Att.-Gen. v. Scott [1905] 2 K.B. 160, 169; Eastham v. Newcastle United Football Club Ltd. [1964] Ch. 413, 449.] or to refuse relief where the applicant has achieved the substa......
  • Rudd v Rea
    • Ireland
    • Chancery Division (Irish Free State)
    • 19 Abril 1921
    ...7 Ch. 699. (4) 9 A. C. 286. (5) [1906] A. C. 305. (1) 14 Ch. D. 542. (2) [1895] 1 Ch. 287. (3) 1 Ch. D. 362. (4) [1900] 1 Ch. 276. (5) [1905] 2 K. B. 160. (6) [1919] 1 Ch. 11; [1919] 2 Ch. (7) 11 Rep. 52a. (8) 6 M. & W. 174. (9) 7 Ex. 77. (10) 43 C. D., at p. 481. (11) [1907] A. C. 476. (12......
  • Goodes v East Sussex County Council
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 15 Junio 2000
    ...moving at much higher speeds makes ice on the road a far greater hazard, which requires a higher standard of maintenance. In Attorney-General v. Scott [1905] 2 K.B. 160, 168, Jelf J. said, in a judgment approved by the Court of Appeal, that a highway authority should "maintain the road acc......
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