Baker v Police Appeals Tribunal: Admn 27 Mar 2013

The claimant a former police constable sought judicial review of a decision made by the tribunal, saying that it had had no jurisdiction to make it. The respondent tribunal, having now accepted that it had not had the power it exercised, being then functus officio, nevertheless maintained that the decision should not be quashed where injustice would follow.
Leggatt J
[2013] EWHC 718 (Admin)
Bailii
Police Act 1996, Police Appeals Tribunals Rules 2008 22
Citing:
CitedBerkeley v Secretary of State For The Environment and Others HL 11-May-2000
The claimant challenged the grant of planning permission for a new football ground for Fulham Football club, saying that an Environmental Impact Assessment had not been obtained, but was required.
Held: Where a planning application if . .
CitedToth and Another, Regina (On The Application of) v General Medical Council Admn 23-Jun-2000
Lightman J said: ‘The general principle is well established that, if an applicant establishes in judicial review proceedings that the decision which he challenges is bad in law, he should be granted relief, and most particularly an order quashing . .

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Updated: 01 May 2021; Ref: scu.472072