New Zealand Institute of Agriculture Science Inc v Ellesmere County: 1976

(New Zealand High Court) Cooke J said: ‘Whether non-compliance with a procedural requirement is fatal turns less on attaching a perhaps indefinite label to that requirement than on considering its place in the scheme of the Act or regulations and the degree and seriousness of the non-compliance.’
References: [1976] 1 NZLR 630
Judges: Cooke J
Jurisdiction: England and Wales
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Last Update: 22 September 2020; Ref: scu.228957