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41(1)(c) of the Act and have the reasonable rate determined. Rule 9 lays NRI Legal services down the time and manner of payment of duty. 3 of the Act above-mentioned. 'In February 1958, the Railway gave notice of increased charges to be paid instead of the fixed contribution. If a rate of charge is prescribed by the Central Government under S. The company thereupon filed a complaint under s. It appears to us to be immaterial that the charge being levied by the Railway for taking the wagons to the assisted sidings or to the factory of the Company arises only as a result of a voluntary agreement by the Railway which the ,Railway, at its option, might have refused to enter into.

HOs9SZc.pngPlainly, to deport someone in contravention of a subsisting Convention right which is expected to vanish (but has not done so) is just as much a breach of section 6 of HRA as is acting in violation of a right which, it is believed, will endure. The rule may be read here: Rule 2(xv) defines 'warehouse' as any place or premises appointed or licensed under rule 140. That does not mean that the Secretary of State may deport in anticipation of a Convention right disappearing.

Under the Rules, duty means duty payable under s. We now come to Chapter III which deals with levy and refund of and exception from NRI Lawyers duty. But he submitted that what was required was that the lie should be material to the potential merits of the claim as they would have appeared to a hypothetical insurer at the time that the lie was uttered, when the full facts were not necessarily known. It is only thereafter, when the wagons are shunted by the railway to lines 3 and 4 or over lines 6 and 7 to the factory of the Company, that the railway will be carrying goods between a station and another place or between two different places which cannot either of them be described as stations.

For reasons which I shall explain, I agree that materiality provides the necessary connection between the collateral lie and the claim, but in the context of a fraudulent statement in support of a claim I do not accept that it must be assessed by reference to the merits of the claim as they appear to be when the lie was uttered. Yet if causation is irrelevant to the application of the fraudulent claim rule, some connection must necessarily exist between the collateral lie and the claim, unless the rule is to part company with rationality.

It is correct that the NRI Railway was not bound to agree to carry the goods of the Company to the assisted siding or to the factory of the Company; but it seems to us that, once the Railway did, in fact, agree and decide to charge the Company for it, the Railway became bound to make -the charge in accordance with s. He found the necessary NRI Lawyers connection in a test of materiality. 29(2) for such voluntary service and the person receiving the service feels aggrieved, he can complain to the Tribunal under S.

Even if no rate is prescribed by the Central Government under S. So long as the right is in existence no public authority may act in a way that is incompatible with it. Rule 32 was challenged in judicial review proceedings by the Immigration Law Practitioners Association ("ILPA"), on the nrillegalservices grounds that immigration rules under section 3(2) of the 1971 Act could not be used to change the law made by the 1976 Order. 41(1)(c), must be NRI covered by this expression.

29(2) and the Railway levies such a charge, it will be competent for the person aggrieved to file the complaint against the rate of charge before the Tribunal under S. It appears to me, therefore, that neither Lord Filkin’s answer nor the quoted passages from the seventh edition of the guidelines betoken an NRI Legal services intention that the Secretary of State should be, in every instance where service of a foreign judgment is requested, obliged to examine the underlying proceedings which prompted the request for their consistency with the UK’s standards of fairness in a criminal trial.

It did not have to be material to NRI Legal services the merits of the claim as they were subsequently shown to be, for example at trial after the facts had been found. Mr Edelman QC, who appeared before us for the insurers, recognised this. The challenge failed, even though the court accepted that under the new rule someone who does not make an application in the prescribed form would find that - In 1996 changes to the Immigration Rules introduced a requirement for applications for variation to be made on a prescribed form accompanied by specified documents and provided that "An application for such a variation made in any other way is not valid.

Rule 7 provides that every person who produces, cures or manufactures any excisable goods or who stores such goods in a warehouse shall pay the duty or duties leviable on such goods at such time and place and to such person as may be designated in or under the authority of the Rules, whether the payment of such duty or duties is secured by bond or otherwise. 'This charge for carriage of the commodity in the context in which the expression "any other charge" is used in s.

41( 1) (c) of the Indian Railways Act, 1890 before the Railway Rate,-. In this context, I think that hindsight is necessary. It also demanded an increased shunting engine charge.