This Week within the Supreme Court docket – week commencing fifth December 2022 – UKSCBlog

On Wednesday 7th December the Supreme Court docket will hand down judgment in REFERENCE by the Legal professional Common for Northern Eire – Abortion Providers (Protected Entry Zones) (Northern Eire) Invoice [2022] UKSC 32. It will think about the problem ‘Is clause 5(2)(a) of the Abortion Providers (Protected Entry Zones) (Northern Eire) Invoice exterior the legislative competence of the Northern Eire Meeting as a result of it disproportionately interferes with the rights of individuals who want to categorical their opposition to the availability of abortion therapy companies in Northern Eire?’.

Afterward Wednesday 7th December the Court docket will hear the case of R (on the appliance of Day) v Shropshire Council, on enchantment from [2020] EWCA Civ 1751. This enchantment issues the next two questions: (1) When a neighborhood authority sells land which is topic to a statutory belief for public leisure functions with out complying with the related statutory necessities, does that belief proceed or finish? In both case, what are the authorized implications for the authority and the client? (2) Are the existence of any (former) statutory belief and public recreation rights materials concerns that must be taken under consideration in granting planning permission? It will happen at 10:30am in Courtroom Two.

On Thursday 8th December the Court docket will hear the case of Aviva Buyers Floor Hire GP Ltd and one other v Williams and others, on enchantment from [2021] EWCA Civ 21. The court docket will think about the extent to which a provision offering that the owner could moderately decide the tenant’s share of service prices in a residential lease is invalidated or affected by part 27A (6) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. It will happen at 10:30am in Courtroom Two.

The next Supreme Court docket judgments stay excellent: (As of 9/12/22)

  • The Legislation Debenture Belief Company plc v Ukraine (Represented by the Minister of Finance of Ukraine appearing upon the directions of the Cupboard of Ministers of Ukraine) Nos. 2 and three, heard 9-12 December 2019
  • East of England Ambulance Service NHS Belief v Flowers and Ors, heard 22 June 2021
  • Fearn and others v Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery heard 7th December 2021
  • Stanford Worldwide Financial institution Ltd (in liquidation) v HSBC Financial institution PLC, heard 19th January 2022
  • Canada Sq. Operations Ltd v Potter, heard 14th June 2022
  • DB Symmetry Ltd and one other v Swindon Borough Council, heard 12th July 2022.
  • R (on the appliance of VIP Communications Ltd (In Liquidation)) v Secretary of State for the Residence Division, heard 4th October 2022
  • McCue v Glasgow Metropolis Council, heard 18th October 2022
  • Unger and one other (in substitution for Hasan) v Ul-Hasan (deceased) and one other, heard 20th October 2022
  • Within the matter of an software by Rosaleen Dalton for Judicial Assessment (Northern Eire), heard 26th October 2022.
  • Brake and one other v Chedington Court docket Property Ltd, heard 1st November 2022
  • Barton and others v Morris and one other instead of Gwyn–Jonesheard 3rd November 2022.
  • Sara & Hossein Asset Holdings Ltd (an organization included within the British Virgin Islands) v Blacks Out of doors Retail Ltd, heard 8th November 2022
  • R (on the appliance of Pearce and one other) v Parole Board of England and Wales, heard 9th November 2022
  • Information Corp UK & Eire Ltd v Commissioners for His Majesty’s Income and Customs, heard 22nd November 2022
  • R (on the appliance of Maguire) v His Majesty’s Senior Coroner for Blackpool & Fylde and one other, heard 22nd November 2022.
  • Within the matter of an software by James Hugh Allister and others for Judicial Assessment (Northern Eire), Within the matter of an software by Clifford Peoples for Judicial Assessment (Northern Eire), heard 30th November – 1st December 2022
  • R (on the appliance of Day) v Shropshire Councilheard 7th December 2022.
  • Aviva Buyers Floor Hire GP Ltd and one other v Williams and othersheard eighth December 2022


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