Regina v Medicines Control Agency ex parte Pharma Nord Ltd: CA 10 Jun 1998

Once the Medicines Control Agency has decided that a product is a medicinal product and licensable as such, the courts should not seek to substitute their own judgment. Residuary discretion for declaration not used.


Woolf MR, Morritt, Robert Walker LJJ


Times 10-Jun-1998, [1998] EWCA Civ 891


Medicines for Human Use (Marketing Authorisations etc.) Regulations 1994 (SI 1994/3144)


England and Wales


Appeal fromRegina v Medicines Control Agency Ex Parte Pharma Nord Ltd QBD 11-Jul-1997
A Court reviewing a decision of the Medicines Control Agency does not decide whether the product is a medicine, but whether the decision had been properly reached. . .
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