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divisional court

a division of the QUEENS BENCH division of the HIGH COURT which handles JUDICIAL REVIEW and appeals from the MAGISTRATES COURT.
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Nevertheless, unless the Coroner appeals the judgment of the Divisional Court to the Court of Appeal within 21 days from last Friday, our clients will not cross-appeal that point.
Expressed in this way, it is not surprising that the Divisional Court reached the conclusion it did.
The Divisional Court recognized that "harassment, shaming, ostracizing, contempt, humiliation, intimidation or insults are intolerable at TWU.
The Divisional Court found that the measures did not significantly
html) Divisional Court in 2012 to develop the common law in order to allow necessity as a defence to murder.
A spokesman for the Judicial Office said: "The Attorney General's application to quash the Hillsborough inquest verdicts has been listed for a substantive hearing before the Divisional Court.
The case will then go back before a two-judge Divisional Court which will have power either to order a by-election or declare a different result.
Last late year the Ontario Court of Appeal overruled a divisional court that had concluded provincial rules that prevent retailers from selling private label generics were invalid.
The Divisional Court held that, in principle, the Norwich Pharmacal jurisdiction applied in these circumstances but that its application on the facts would be subject to public interest immunity ("PII").
be required to bring his fence into compliance with the requirements of the fence by-law at the time of his initial complaint in July 2010, or that the county advise that it has exhausted its resources to resolve this issue so that Korten can proceed to Divisional Court.
Lord Justice Moses, sitting with Mrs Justice Dobbs in London's Divisional Court, handed Smith a 12-month suspended jail term and the ex-fireman is now facing up to the financial consequences of his actions.
The travel agency was accused of a breach of ATOL regulations and although the Divisional Court upheld the Magistrates Court's decision it said the case concerns a point of law which is of general public importance.

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