Dyason v Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions

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[1998] 2 PLR 54 Planning control The Court of Appeal held that the absence of formal cross-examination created a danger that propositions were not thoroughly examined and that the inspector, possibly put off guard by the relaxed formality, did not provide the fair hearing required. There...

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