Pickin v British Railways Board (1974) AC 765

Pickin v British Railways Board (1974) AC 765 “When an enactment is passed there is finality unless and until it is amended or repealed by Parliament.  In the Courts there may be argument as to the correct interpretation of the … Continue reading Pickin v British Railways Board (1974) AC 765
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