Mills v London City Council [1925]


  • The council relied on a film classifications board to rate movies before showing them at a cinema


  • As sub-delegation was not allowed, could a rating decision be overturned?


  • No


  • The council reserved the right to disagree, so had not delegated entirely
RELATED CASE  Hazell v Hammersmith & Fulham London Borough Council [1992]

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