Huddersfield Police Authority v Watson: 1947

A judge of the High Court should respect (but is not bound to follow) a decision of another judge of the High Court, but must follow decisions of the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords.
Lord Goddard CJ
[1947] KB 842
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedLand and others v the Executive Counsel of the Joint Disciplinary Scheme QBD 15-Oct-2002
The applicants were partners and staff in Ernst and Young. They sought a stay of disciplinary proceedings brought against them by the accountancy regulators pending resolution of the civil claim against them in respect of closely related issues . .
CitedWillers v Gubay ChD 15-May-2015
The court was asked whether the tort of malicious prosecution of civil proceedings is known to English law.
Held: The Crawfod Adjusters case should not be followed: ‘If I am not bound by Gregory, then I see no reason for departing from the . .

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Updated: 14 February 2021; Ref: scu.198153