Papierwerke. Black Clawson International Ltd v. Papierwerke AG

@p3osignat.sverigesradio.se Pradel, Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

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Quine ; and, secondly, how far the discretion exercisedby Talbot J. Construction of the provisions of an Act is for the Court and for no oneelse. It is a decision which has stood unchallengedsince 1869. I regard this as a hopelesscontention. They regarded this as a substantial grievance. Then, to enable Parliament's intention to bedetermined, as I understand the position, one may have regard to whatwas the law at the time of the enactment and to what was the mischief atwhich it was directed.

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@p3osignat.sverigesradio.se Pradel, Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

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Quineis superseded by section 8 1 of the Act of 1933: this was in effect the viewof the Court of Appeal. It has been said that it would be strange that the Act should only dealwith judgments in favour of a plaintiff and omit dealing with judgments infavour of a defendant. It mayhave repercussions in international law and in the municipal law of thoseforeign states with which conventions have been made. The subsection does not expressly state of what the judgment is to beconclusive and the controversy in this appeal is as to that. But when a Billis drafted by such a Committee as that in this case and enacted withoutalteration, then. Parliament by enacting clause 8 without alteration must, in my opinion,have intended to implement the intentions of the Committee and I can seeno ground for holding that they did not effectively do so.

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The Rule of Parliament: Statutory Interpretation after Pepper v Hart on JSTOR

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I find then, so far, no intelligible reason for supposing the common law to be changed. But Part I has no application to defendants' judgmentswhich entitle them to nothing but merely protects them against claims madeagainst them. Where an Act of Parliament is passed to enable or to require UnitedKingdom courts to give effect to international obligations assumed by HerMajesty's Government under a Treaty, it is a well established rule of con-struction that any ambiguity in the words of the Act should be resolved infavour of ascribing to them a meaning which would result in the performanceof those international obligations—not in their breach. The focus is on reliable machine technology that runs on a stable basis. Ever since Heydon's Case a it has been recognisedthat there are, in connection with the interpretation of statutes, four questionsto be considered: 1 what was the common law before the making of theAct; 2 what was the mischief or defect for which the law did not provide ; 3 what remedy Parliament had provided and 4 the reason for the remedy see Eastman Photographic Materials Co. On 8 June 1942 Gustav Schickedanz married 17 years younger Grete Lachner in St.

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BLACK CLAWSON INTERNATIONAL LTD. v. PAPIERWERKE WALDHOF

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There is a presumption which can be stated in various ways. Description: The Oxford Journal of Legal Studies is published on behalf of the Faculty of Law in the University of Oxford. We areseeking the meaning of the words which Parliament used. Similarly if the successfulplaintiff abroad held an unsatisfied foreign judgment and he were suedhere in some other cause of action, he could counterclaim in respect ofhis unsatisfied foreign judgment. If we are to take into account evidenceof Parliament's intention the first thing we must do is to reverse our presentpractice with regard to consulting Hansard. . Victoria Hattersley spoke to Gerald Rebitzer, Director Sustainability at global rigid, flexible and carton packaging producer Amcor, about the methods it proposes: among them, the Seven Pillars of Sustainability.

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German specialty paper producers Papierwerke Lenk and Schwarzwald Papierwerke go bust

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Im Winter sind es eher die gedeckten Rot-, Grün-, u. U consists of a single document containing i a dis-positive part, ii a statement of facts, iii grounds for the decision. The questions which give rise to debate are rarely those which laterhave to be decided by the Courts. Only two corrugated cardboard plants and one folding box plant with a total of 263 employees remained after closing and relocating the production from San José to Havana. Black Clawson haveappealed to your Lordships against the judgment of the English Court ofAppeal, in order to safeguard themselves in case the Federal Supreme Courtreinstates the judgment of the Munich District Court. It is for the court and no-one else to decide what words in a statute mean. In my opinion it is not proper or desirable to makeuse of such a document as a Committee or Commission report, or for thatmatter of anything reported as said in Parliament, or any official notes onclauses, for a direct statement of what a proposed enactment is to meanor of what the Committee or Commission thought it means—on this pointI am in agreement with my noble and learned friend Lord Diplock.

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The Rule of Parliament: Statutory Interpretation after Pepper v Hart on JSTOR

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I would expand it in this way. It does not become admissible by beingreduced to writing. The essence of such a judgment is that the defendanthas succeeded and that he has no liability to pay or do anything. In the course of reaching its ultimate decision disposing of the plaintiff'sclaim to the remedy he seeks, the foreign court may have incidentallydecided other matters of fact or law essential to the plaintiffs claim to beentitled to the remedy or to the defendant's answer to that claim. But it is not necessaryor desirable to express any opinion on that now. They were primarily concernedwith securing that English judgments should be recognised and enforced inforeign countries without the case having to be fought again on the meritsin a foreign court.

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