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This means that a "positive" case was often merely a remittal for redetermination of the claim rather than an actual grant of asylum.
Roger Witcomb, Chairman of the Private Healthcare Market Remittal Group, said: In our reconsideration of the central London market we have heard new evidence and have confirmed our finding that customers of privately-funded healthcare in central London are paying too much, largely because of HCAs strong market position.
Would it be unfair to resolve the appeal without remittal for further fact finding?
Since defendant's fraud defense was precluded, substantial justice was not meted out according to the substantive law, requiring reversal and remittal for City Court to determine the amount of judgment to be entered in plaintiff's favor.
It appears that any power of remittal must have a statutory basis.