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Worcestershire County Council v Tongue, Tongue, and Tongue: CA 17 Feb 2004

The defendants had been convicted of animal welfare offences, and banned from keeping animals. The claimant sought to enter the premises to remove animals, but were denied entry. Held: The court had no power to make an order to allow access for this purpose:’ truth what the Council is doing is to point to deficiencies … Continue reading Worcestershire County Council v Tongue, Tongue, and Tongue: CA 17 Feb 2004

Cornwall County Council v Baker: Admn 18 Feb 2003

The defendant had been convicted of cruelty to his animals. The prosecutor appealed dismissal of an application for an interim order for protection under the 2000 Act in respect of other animals not the subject of the application. Held: The 2000 Act preserved the meanings used in the 1911 Act, and the section did not … Continue reading Cornwall County Council v Baker: Admn 18 Feb 2003

Hunt v Duckering: QBD 23 Mar 1993

Total relinquishment of an animal is necessary, for there to have been an abandonment of the animal under the Act. Citations: Ind Summary 29-Mar-1993, Times 23-Mar-1993 Statutes: Abandonment of Animals Act 1960, Protection of Animals Act 1911 Animals Updated: 08 April 2022; Ref: scu.81529

Corner House Research and Campaign Against Arms Trade, Regina (on the Application of) v Director of the Serious Fraud Office and Another: Admn 10 Apr 2008

The defendant had had responsibility to investigate and if necessary prosecute a company suspected of serious offences of bribery and corruption in the conduct of contract negotiations. The investigation had been stopped, alledgedly at the . .