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Agricultural, Horticultural and Forestry Industry Training Board v Kent: CA 1970

A notice of assessment to a levy which was served by the appellant Board failed to provide an address for service of a notice of appeal as required. Held: The decision notice was invalidated by the omission. Citations: [1970] 2 QB 19 Statutes: Industrial Training Levy (Agricultural, Horticultural and Forestry) Order 1967 4(3), Industrial Training … Continue reading Agricultural, Horticultural and Forestry Industry Training Board v Kent: CA 1970

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Grundy and Co Excavations Ltd and Another, Regina (on the Application of) v Halton Division Magistrates Court: Admn 24 Feb 2003

A reverse legal burden applied to defendants accused of an offence under section 17 of the Forestry Act 1967 which, in specified circumstances, created an absolute offence of felling a tree without a felling licence. Clarke LJ said: ‘It is thus clear that, while the general principles are those set out in Edwards, each case … Continue reading Grundy and Co Excavations Ltd and Another, Regina (on the Application of) v Halton Division Magistrates Court: Admn 24 Feb 2003

Regina v Aylesbury Justices ex parte Kitching and GBS Estates Limited: Admn 9 May 1997

The defendant had been convicted of felling trees without a licence. He claimed to have received assurances from the Forestry Commission that he would not be prosecuted. He said the prosecution was an abuse of process. The magistrates held that their jurisdiction on abuse was limited to the fairness of the procedures within the court. … Continue reading Regina v Aylesbury Justices ex parte Kitching and GBS Estates Limited: Admn 9 May 1997