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Cases Michael Gibbon

Mr & Mrs Sheath v Secretary of State for the Environment & Ors (2001)

Judgment Date: 06 Feb 2001

Informal concessions given by a local planning officer in relation to a planning permission were binding on the authority he represented, but did not invalidate the entire permission.

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The Official Receiver v Ivan Alfred Hodgkinson, Annette Marion Hodgkinson & Oliver Gillie (2000)

Judgment Date: 13 Oct 2000

Where an application was made for the disqualification of a director in her absence, the court had an unlimited power to set aside the order if appropriate.

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Rumsey v Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport & The Regions (2000)

Judgment Date: 11 Oct 2000

There was no sustainable basis for challenging an inspector's refusal to grant planning permission for an extension to a bungalow in an area of outstanding natural beauty and an area of great landscape value. Appeal by the claimant ('R') pursuant to s.288 Town and Country Planning Act 1990 from a decision by an inspector appointed by the first defendant dismissing R's appeal from a decision of the second defendant ('the council') refusing him planning permission for an extension of his home, by way of adding a floor to the existing bungalow, and approximately doubling its size.

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Secretary of State for Trade & Industry v Colin Robert Dyer & Ors (2000)

Judgment Date: 24 Jan 2000

Where in disqualification proceedings under the Company Directors' Disqualification Act 1986 the question arose as to whether a company was operating a policy of non-payment of Crown debts the court should consider the treatment of other creditors and in the absence of cross-examination should accept the respondent's explanation where this was not inherently incredible.

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In re BCCI SA (1996)

Judgment Date: 06 Aug 1996

Court direction on release of funds to the Luxembourg liquidators of the Bank of Credit and Commerce ('BCCI') for distribution to creditors and the court's refusal to disapply Insolvency Act 1986 set-off rules.

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Tang Man Sit v Capacious Investments Ltd (1995)

Judgment Date: 18 Dec 1995

Whether a party injured by a breach of trust is entitled to claim both an account of profits and damages for being kept out of property which has been let in breach of an agreement to assign.

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