Regina (Hasan) v Secretary of State for Trade and Industry: Admn 19 Nov 2007

The claimant, a Palestinian, sought to challenge licences authorising the sale of military equipment to Israel which had been used in turn to destroy his farm, and infringe his human rights.
Held: Permission was refused. Though overt examination of the particular licences was not adequate the grant of licences was subject to appropriate supervision.
Collins J
[2007] EWHC 2630 (Admin), [2008] ACD 10
England and Wales
Cited by:
Appeal fromHasan, Regina (on the Application of) v Secretary of State for Trade and Industry CA 25-Nov-2008
The claimant appealed refusal of leave to bring judicial review of decisions to sell arms to the Israeli state. He lived in Palestine and said that Israel had destroyed his farm, and that licences broke the criteria under the 2002 Act. He said that . .

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