The Board of Trustees of The Maradana Mosque v The Honourable Badi-Ud-Din Mahmud and Another: PC 19 Jan 1966

(Ceylon) the rules of natural justice had been violated.
Where statutory authority was given to a Minister to act if he was satisfied that a school is being administered in a certain way he was not given authority to act because he was satisfied that the school had been administered in that way. It could be said that the Minister had asked himself the wrong question: so he had, but he never brought himself within the area of his jurisdiction.
[1966] UKPC 2, [1966] UKPC 2, [1967] 1 AC 13, [1966] 1 All ER 545, [1966] 2 WLR 921, [1967] 1 AC 645, [1966] 2 All ER 989
Bailii, Bailii
England and Wales
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CitedAnisminic Ltd v Foreign Compensation Commission HL 17-Dec-1968
All Public Law Challenges are For a Nullity
The plaintiffs had owned mining property in Egypt. Their interests were damaged and or sequestrated and they sought compensation from the Respondent Commission. The plaintiffs brought an action for the declaration rejecting their claims was a . .

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Updated: 17 September 2021; Ref: scu.581040