Re Calvert. ex parte Calvert

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtQueen's Bench Division
Date1899
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18 cases
  • Re Reade
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court (Irish Free State)
    • 30 October 1927
    ...the Attorney-General was a competent petitioning creditor in respect of the amount of the duties. In re Calvert; Ex parte CalvertELR[1899] 2 Q.B. 145, distinguished. Held also that the adjudication could not be annulled, as the Attorney-General was a competent petitioning creditor because t......
  • Re Quinlan
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court (Irish Free State)
    • 14 July 1928
    ...times, the assessments being, in default of appeal, "final and conclusive" under sect. 195 of the Income Tax Act, 1918. In re Calvert, [1899] 2 Q.B. 145, followed. Cur. adv. vult. Johnston J. :— This matter comes before me by way of appeal from a ruling of the Chief Registrar upon a claim m......
  • Antonio Jorge Rodrigues Cardoso Vieira v The Commissioners for HM Revenue and Customs
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 28 April 2017
    ...were cited in argument, I have subsequently found additional cases in each line through my own researches. 60 The first line begins with In re Calvert [1899] 2 QB 145. In that case the debtor had been assessed for tax under Schedule D in a certain amount. He did not appeal against that asse......
  • HM Revenue and Customs v Marie Chamberlin
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 22 March 2011
    ...by itself enquiring into matters within the statutory jurisdiction of the latter. This practice is well illustrated by Re Calvert [1899] 2 QB 145 and Lam v Inland Revenue [2005] BPIR 301. 17 In Re Calvert a debtor sought to expunge a proof for schedule D tax. This was rejected by Wright J. ......
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