084f2db8c6 Dissenting Judgment applied Nakkuda Ali -v- M F De S Jayaratne PC ( AC 66) (Ceylon) The section provided that where the Controller has reasonable grounds to believe that any dealer is unfit to be allowed to continue as a dealer the Controller could exercise power to cancel the dealers licence given to him by the . (7.) If any person fails to comply with a condition attached to a direction given by the Secretary of State under para. Lister (3) Kelly C.B. Under the more exacting rules of pleading to which I was accustomed in the courts of Scotland the relevancy and sufficiency of the averments which I have above set out would certainly not have escaped criticism. adopted in an action for unlawful imprisonment substantially what I regard as the true construction of reg.
378, 393. Banks (2), Rex v. There was no evidence of this kind at the hearing of this summons, and, in my opinion, the appeal ought to be allowed and an order made in the terms of the summons. ^ Simpson (1992) p.333 ^ a b Yatim (1995) p.267. Doncaster (2) a party who took upon himself to imprison another was prima facie guilty of a trespass, the onus of justifying which rested entirely with himself. having reasonable cause to believe that it is likely to mislead, etc. Secretary of State for Home Affairs (1) are undoubtedly of considerable force, but to accede to them would, or might in certain cases, lead to a result that neither Parliament nor the framers of the regulation could by any possibility have intended.