Rex v Port of London Authority: 1919

A tribunal may, in the honest exercise of its discretion, adopt a policy, and announce it to those concerned, so long as it is ready to listen to reasons why, in an exceptional case, that policy should not be applied.


Lord Justice Bankes


[1919] 1 QB 184

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Updated: 15 May 2022; Ref: scu.516248