All your resources at your fingertips.Learn More
The failure of the Defendant to consent to refer for reconsideration the redetermination of the Claimant's police injuries pension was unlawful, as it relied on irrelevant considerations.
16 May 2012
(1) The Claimant sought judicial review of the refusal of the Defendant to agree to refer her case back to the Police Medical Appeal Board for reconsideration of a decision made by the Board in 2006, which re-determined the rate of her police injury pension. The Claimant asserted that the decision was an unreasonable exercise of discretion.
To read the full case summary and to view the case transcript, you must subscribe to Jordans Public Law Online (if you already subscribe click here to log in).
To request a free trial click here and select Jordans Public Law online from the drop down menu.
Full text reports of cases on all aspects of licensing law and practice.