Estate and Trust Agencies (1927) Limited v The Singapore Improvement Trust: PC 31 May 1937

(Singapore) Where a tribunal exercising an exclusive jurisdiction is said to have made an error as to that jurisdiction, applying `a wrong and inadmissible test’, the decision whether the decision was made in error, is one for a court.
[1937] UKPC 61, [1937] AC 898, 1937) 3 All ER 324
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedAnisminic Ltd v Foreign Compensation Commission HL 17-Dec-1968
There are no degrees of nullity
The plaintiffs had owned mining property in Egypt. Their interests were damaged and or sequestrated and they sought compensation from the Respondent Commission. The plaintiffs brought an action for the declaration rejecting their claims was a . .

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Updated: 27 October 2021; Ref: scu.426121