Mercury Communications Ltd v Director General of Telecommunications and Another: CA 3 Aug 1994

Parties having contracted to resolve differences by an agreed procedure, could not go back on that agreement. The court will not replace an agreement for a resolution method chosen by parties with own advice and freely.
Independent 19-Aug-1994, Times 03-Aug-1994, Gazette 07-Oct-1994
England and Wales
Citing:
Appealed toMercury Communications Ltd v Director General of Telecommunications and Another HL 10-Feb-1995
The Secretary of State’s decision on the grant of a Telecommunications licence was challengeable by Summons and not by Judicial Review. A dispute between Mercury and BT as to charges as set by the Director General is a private not a public dispute. . .

Cited by:
Appeal fromMercury Communications Ltd v Director General of Telecommunications and Another HL 10-Feb-1995
The Secretary of State’s decision on the grant of a Telecommunications licence was challengeable by Summons and not by Judicial Review. A dispute between Mercury and BT as to charges as set by the Director General is a private not a public dispute. . .

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Updated: 09 April 2021; Ref: scu.83653