London County Council v Bermondsey Bioscope Company

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtKing's Bench Division
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9 cases
  • Cream Holdings Ltd and Others v Banerjee and another
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 13 February 2003
    ...onerous criterion, such as the need to show that there is 'certainly a case to be tried' ( Jones -v—Pacaya Rubber and Produce Co Ltd ([1911] 1 KB 445 at 457) per Buckley LJ) which corresponds more closely with what judges generally treated as sufficient to justify their considering the bal......
  • R v Greater London Council, ex parte Blackburn
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 14 April 1976
    ...1911 the Courts held that a condition saying that the premises should not be opened on Sundays was valid - see the Bioscope Case (1911) 1 King's Bench, p. 445. Soon afterwards the County Councils began to insert a condition that no film shown should be of a licentious or indecent character......
  • British Amusement Catering Trades Association v Westminster City Council
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 26 March 1987
    ...licensing authority had power to impose conditions unrelated to safety considerations (see L.C.C. v. Bermondsey Bioscope Company Ltd. (1911) 1 KB 445. 7The 1909 Act was amended by the Cinematograph Act 1952. Section 1 of the 1952 Act provided that, subject to certain exemptions the 1909 Ac......
  • Malaysia Airlines Berhad v Tan Wei Hong and Others
    • Malaysia
    • Court of Appeal (Malaysia)
    • Invalid date
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