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Jul 18 2012 (FN)

Secretary of State for the Home Department Vs. R (on the Application o ...

Court : UK Supreme Court

Decided on : Jul-18-2012

..... over flexibility. the points-based system for controlling immigration for purposes of employment is a paradigm example. other examples that come to mind are the statutory rules as to child tax credit, recently considered by this court in humphreys v revenue and customs commissioners [2012] uksc 18 [2012] 1wlr 1545 and the old system of child support, considered by the ..... published rules. 83. nevertheless, section 3(2) raises a difficult question of interpretation. what is a rule "as to the practice to be followed in the administration" of the 1971 act? parliament drew a distinction between rules within the meaning of section 3(2) and "instructions (not inconsistent with the immigration rules)" given to immigration officers by the secretary of state ..... of the practice followed in the administration of the 1971 act. but the statute itself recognises that instructions to immigration officers as to how they are to apply the rules are different from the rules themselves. the recognition that the ..... within the meaning of para 1(3) of part 1 to schedule 2 to the 1971 act. rules cannot, therefore, encompass the instructions and guidance issued to case-workers and other staff to assist them with processing applications, although in a sense these documents describe some .....

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Jul 04 2012 (FN)

Gow (Fc) Vs. Grant (Scotland)

Court : UK Supreme Court

Decided on : Jul-04-2012

..... the parliament. 15. in subsection (9) the expressions "contributions" and "economic advantage" are defined. "contributions" includes indirect and non-financial contributions. "economic advantage" includes gains in capital, income and earning capacity; and "economic disadvantage" is to be construed accordingly. the same expressions, together with the phrase "in the interests of", appear in section 9(1)(b) of the ..... of research, by fran wasoff, jo miles and enid mordaunt, funded by the nuffield foundation, into legal practitioners' perspectives on the cohabitation provisions of the family law (scotland) act 2006 (2010), to which lord hope refers in paragraph 6 above. one message from that research was that "the introduction of broadly similar provisions in england and wales would ..... of married couple families had decreased from 50.7% in 1991 to 42.5% in 2001: legal practitioners' perspectives on the cohabitation provisions of the family law (scotland) act 2006 (centre for research on families and relationships, university of edinburgh, may 2010): see this is a trend which ..... marriage. 5. it went on to say that the presumption of equal sharing of household goods acquired during marriage under section 25(2) of the family law (scotland) act 1985 should, in a case of cohabitation, be modified. a comprehensive system of financial provision on termination of cohabitation comparable to the system of financial provision on divorce on .....

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Nov 21 2012 (FN)

Al-sirri (Fc) and Another Vs. Secretary of State for the Home Departme ...

Court : UK Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-21-2012

..... -qaeda; (iv) that the appellant had transferred money to and from foreign countries, allegedly in sums greater than his known income could explain. 20. the ait relied upon a long and detailed statement from acting detective inspector dingemans of the counter-terrorism command at scotland yard, containing what sedley lj described as a "damaging account and ..... 60, the annexed declaration on measures to eliminate international terrorism. by article 1: "the states members of the united nations solemnly reaffirm their unequivocal condemnation of all acts, methods and practices of terrorism, wherever and by whomever committed, including those which jeopardise the friendly relations among states and peoples and threaten the territorial integrity and security ..... of states". by article 2: "acts, methods and practices of terrorism constitute a grave violation of the purposes and principles of the united nations, which may pose a threat to international peace and security ..... relations among states, hinder international cooperation and aim at the destruction of human rights, fundamental freedoms and democratic bases of society." and by article 3: "criminal acts intended or calculated to provoke a state of terror in the general public, a group of persons or particular persons for political purposes are in any circumstance unjustifiable, .....

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