Dyson v Attorney General

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date1911
Date1911
Year1911
CourtCourt of Appeal
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  • Alliance (Malaya) Engineering Company Sdn Bhd v San Development Sdn Bhd
    • Malaysia
    • Federal Court (Malaysia)
    • Invalid date
  • McKay v Essex Area Health Authority
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 19 February 1982
    ...v. London & North Western Railway Co., (1892) 3 Chancery, 277, per Lord Justice Lindley: "obviously and almost incontestably bad": Dyson v. Attorney-General, (1911) 1 King's Bench, 419, per Lord Justice Fletcher-Moulton; "unarguable": Nagle v. Feilden, (1966) 2 Queen's Bench, 651, per Lord ......
  • Gouriet v Union of Post Office Workers
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 26 July 1977
    ...present proceedings do not possess the required characteristic. The case on which so much reliance was placed by the plaintiff� Dyson v. Attorney-General [1912] 1 Ch. 158, was one where a person was affected in his private rights: if the issue of the form had been proceeded with, and a p......
  • Royal Bank of Canada v Commissioners of Inland Revenue
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 15 November 1971
    ...may be called judicial dicta. Mr. Nolan's contention that the answer to the question was Yes was founded on Dyson v.Attorney-General [1912] 1 Ch. 158, where the Court of Appeal held that the invalidity of a single question in a notice requiring certain returns to be made under the Finance (......
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  • COURT OF APPEAL SUMMARIES (August 28 – September 1)
    • Canada
    • LexBlog Canada
    • 3 September 2023
    ...Ministry of Defence, [2003] UKHL 4, [2003] 1 A.C. 1163, M. v. Home Office, [1993] UKHL 5, [1994] 1 A.C. 377, Dyson v. Attorney-General, [1911] 1 K.B. 410 (Eng. & Wales C.A.), Slark (Litigation Guardian of) v. Ontario, 2010 ONSC 1726, Canada v. Thouin, 2017 SCC 46, Mitchell v. Peguis Indian ......
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  • Cases referred to in 1965
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Nigerian Supreme Court Cases. 1965 Preliminary Sections
    • 11 November 2022
    ...137 Draper v. Trist and others (1939) 3 All E.R. 513. ............................................... 137 Dyson v. Attorney-General (1911) 1 K.B. 410. ................................................... 127 Eaton v. Daines (1894) W.N. 32 ...........................................................
  • Action
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Sasegbon’s Laws of Nigeria. Volume 1 Action
    • 8 September 2016
    ...remedies and therefore subject to all equitable defences. Courts of Equity in England have since the case of Dyson v. Attorney-General (1911) 1 K.B. 410; (1912) 1 Ch. 158 allowed an ordinary citizen who sought to assert a public right, which is owed to the public at large to apply for that ......
  • Preliminary Sections
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Nigerian Supreme Court Cases. 1962 Preliminary Sections
    • 11 November 2022
    ...(1896) 1 Q.B. 16; 65 L.J. Q.B. 279; 73 L.T..695; 60 J.P. 117; 44 W.R. 243, 12 T.L.R. 101; 40 Sol. Jo. 129. 86 Dyson v. Attorney-General (1911) 1 K.B. 410; 81 L.J.K.B 217; 105 L.T. 753; 27 T.L.R. 143; 55 Sol. Jo. 168. 86 Edokpalor v. Idehen, (1961) W.N.L.R. 11. 390 Ellis (John T.) Ltd. v. Hi......
  • Of Kings and Officers — The Judicial Development of Public Law
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Federal Law Review No. 33-2, June 2005
    • 1 June 2005
    ...above n 17, 210–11, 296–7. 145 Taylor v AG (1834) 8 Sim 413; 59 ER 164; Clayton v AG (1834) 1 Coop temp Cott 87; 47 ER 766; Dyson v AG [1911] 1 KB 410; R v Employment Secretary; Ex parte EOC [1995] 1 AC 1, 2005 Judicial Development of Public Law 21 __________________________________________......
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