McColl v Strathclyde Regional Council: SCS 29 Jun 1983

The petitioner challenged the decision of the respondents to flouridate the water supply, claiming that it was damaging to her health. Her challenge was on four gounds, namely: (1) ultra vires, (2) nuisance, (3) breach of the Water (Scotland) Act 1980, and (4) breach of the Medicines Act 1968.
Lord Jauncey
[1983] ScotCS CSOH – 2, [1984] JPL 351, 1983 SC 225, 1983 SLT 616
Bailii
Medicines Act 1968, Water (Scotland) Act 1980
Scotland
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