The King v Wilde: 1793

The Court ex officio ought to take notice of the beginning and end of prorogations and sessions of Parliament.


[1793] EngR 1186, (1793) 1 Lev 296, (1793) 83 ER 415 (A)




England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedCherry, Reclaiming Motion By Joanna Cherry QC MP and Others v The Advocate General SCS 11-Sep-2019
(First Division, Inner House) The reclaimer challenged dismissal of her claim for review of the recent decision for the prorogation of the Parliament at Westminster.
Held: Reclaim was granted. The absence of reasons allowed the court to infer . .
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Updated: 07 August 2022; Ref: scu.357773