Board of Education v Rice and Others

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtHouse of Lords
Judgment Date06 Apr 1911
Judgment citation (vLex)[1911] UKHL J0406-1

[1911] UKHL J0406-1

House of Lords

Board of Education
and
Rice and Others.
1

After hearing Counsel for the Appellants, as well on Thursday the 23d and Friday the 24th days of February last, as on Friday the 3d day of March last, upon the Petition and Appeal of the Board of Education, whose Offices are at Whitehall, in the County of London, praying, That the matter of the Orders set forth in the Schedule thereto, namely, two Orders of His Majesty's Court of Appeal, of the 21st of April 1910, might be reviewed before His Majesty the King in His Court of Parliament, and that the said Orders might be reversed, varied, or altered, or that the Petitioners might have such other relief in the premises as to His Majesty the King in His Court of Parliament might seem meet; as also upon the printed Case of the Reverend the Honourable William Talbot Rice, Arthur Francis Eden, Frederick Poole Wood, and Hugh Bellingham, the Managers of the Swansea Oxford Street (Church of England) School, lodged in answer to the said Appeal; and Counsel appearing for the said Respondents, but not being called on, and due consideration being had this day of what was offered for the said Appellants:

2

It is Ordered and Adjudged, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in the Court of Parliament of His Majesty the King assembled, That the said Orders of His Majesty's Court of Appeal, of the 21st day of April 1910, complained of in the said Appeal, be, and the same are hereby, Affirmed, and that the said Petition and Appeal be,...

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