R v Port of London Authority, ex p Kynoch [1919]


  • It was known policy of the Port Authority to build new docks itself rather than to use contractors to do it


  • Could the decision to refuse an application by a contractor be quashed


  • No


  • As long as the authority did not shut its ears to applications, it was entitled to have a self-made policy
RELATED CASE  Badham [1987]

Posted in Public Law Revision Notes.

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