West v Secretary of State for Scotland: SCS 23 Apr 1992

The petitioner complained that on being moved from his employment at one prison to another, he had been told that his moving expenses would be paid, but that they were not. The respondent said that the terms of his employment were that he was to be mobile, and that as a Crown employee his terms of employment were variable at the instance of the crown.
Held: Wherever there is an excess or abuse of the power or jurisdiction which has been conferred on a decision-maker, the Court of Session has the power to correct it.
Lord Weir
[1992] ScotCS CSIH – 3, 1992 SCLR 504, 1992 SLT 636, 1992 SC 385
Bailii
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Updated: 12 February 2021; Ref: scu.279559