Marshall v Graham; Bell v Graham

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1907
Year1907
CourtDivisional Court
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9 cases
  • Isle of Wight Council v Platt
    • United Kingdom
    • Supreme Court
    • 6 April 2017
    ...being about whether there was a reasonable excuse: examples are Hares v Curtin [1913] 2 KB 328; and Bunt v Kent [1914] 1 KB 207. And in Marshall v Graham [1907] 2 KB 112, parents were prosecuted for failing to send their children to school on Ascension Day; the argument was about whether As......
  • Parochial Church Council v Wallbank
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 26 June 2003
    ...What establishment in law means is that the state has incorporated its law into the law of the realm as a branch of its general law. In Marshall v Graham [1907] 2 KB 112, 126 Phillimore J said: "A Church which is established is not thereby made a department of the State. The process of est......
  • Aston Cantlow and Wilmcote with Billesley Parochial Church Council v Wallbank
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 17 May 2001
    ...under the spiritual and temporal sovereignty of the Crown; this notwithstanding its theological continuity since Saxon times (see Marshall v Graham [1907] 2 KB 112, 226). Both the spiritual and the temporal courts were thenceforward the King's courts, and it is by the latter that the liabi......
  • Blades et Al v Jaggard et Al
    • Barbados
    • High Court (Barbados)
    • 18 December 1961
    ... ... Phillimore, J., in Marshall" v. Graham , Belle v. Graham [1907] 2 K.B. 126 said: \xE2\x80" ... recalls: “As regards his ecclesiastical policy Bell (the Governor) imitated the unbending attitude of the Anglican Church at ... ...
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2 books & journal articles
  • Is establishment consistent with religious freedom?
    • Canada
    • McGill Law Journal Vol. 49 No. 3, August 2004
    • 1 August 2004
    ...in the Reformed Second Chamber' (2003) P.L. 674 (for discussion of earlier proposals). (15) See Phillimore J. in Marshall v. Graham, [1907] 2 K.B. 112 at 126: "A Church which is established is not thereby made a department of the State. The process of establishment means that the State has ......
  • Reid Mortensen, the Unfinished Experiment: a Report on Religious Freedom in Australia
    • United States
    • Emory University School of Law Emory International Law Reviews No. 21-1, September 2007
    • Invalid date
    ...607, 616, 635, 653 (citing Gen. Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland v. Lord Overtoun, [1904] A.C. 515 (U.K.); Marshall v. Graham, [1907] 2 K.B. 112, 116 (U.K.)). 54 U.S. CONST. amend I. 55 State Aid, 146 C.L.R. at 579, 583-84, 604, 615-16, 653. 56 Id. 57 See id. 58 Mortensen, supra note......

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