Feakins and Another v Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: CA 8 Jun 2006

The claimants sought to re-open their appeal saying that the respondent department had failed properly to describe the workings of the clawback scheme under which its claim had been made.
Held: A DEFRA official had provided materially incorrect information to the court in a witness statement. The judgment should be set aside.


Mr Justice Moses Lord Justice Dyson Lady Justice Smith


[2006] EWCA Civ 699




England and Wales


See AlsoFeakins v Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Admn 20-Dec-2002
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Now set asideRegina on the Application of Feakins v Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs CA 4-Nov-2003
The applicant farmer had substantial volumes of potentially contaminated carcasses on his land. The respondent derogated from the European regulations which would have arranged for the disposal of the carcasses. The respondent challenged the . .
See AlsoDepartment of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs v Feakins and Another CA 6-Apr-2006
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CitedBancoult, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (No 2) SC 29-Jun-2016
Undisclosed Matter inadequate to revisit decision
The claimant sought to have set aside a decision of the House of Lords as to the validity of the 2004 Order, saying that it had been based on a failure by the defendant properly to disclose matters it was under a duty of candour to disclose.
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Agriculture, Administrative

Updated: 06 July 2022; Ref: scu.242360