A magistrate acting not as an Examining Magistrate, but deciding a preliminary issue as to jurisdiction, gives a ruling which is final and can properly be challenged by way of case stated or judicial review.
 2 All ER 193
Cited – Donnachie, Regina (on the Application of) v Cardiff Magistrates’ Court Admn 27-Jul-2007
The defendant appealed refusal of the district judge to state a case on the basis of having no jurisdiction.
Held: Where the magistrate is acting not as an Examining Magistrate, but is deciding a preliminary issue as to jurisdiction, his . .
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Updated: 04 May 2022; Ref: scu.258446