Nash v Chelsea College of Art and Design: CA 24 Jan 2002

Application for permission to appeal against the decision: ‘The claimant, Miss Aletta Nash, complains of the second year assessment that she received in her course at the Chelsea College of Art, the respondent. That assessment was made as long ago as May 1998, and was considered by the Board of Examiners of the College in July 1998. Miss Nash complains in substance about the procedure in that extenuating circumstances (that are not necessary to recite) have not been taken into proper account.’
Buxton LJ
[2002] EWCA Civ 69
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
Appeal fromNash v Chelsea College of Art and Design QBD 11-Jul-2001
A student’s appeal against her examination marking was heard, but the reasons were only given some months later.
Held: When looking to see whether those reasons should be admitted, a court should be careful before accepting late reasons, . .

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