[HOUSE OF LORDS]
PEPPER (INSPECTOR OF TAXES) RESPONDENT AND HART APPELLANT
|1991 Nov. 4 |
1992 June 8, 9, 10, 11, 17, 18;
| Lord Bridge of Harwich , Lord Emslie , Lord Griffiths , Lord Oliver of Aylmerton and Lord Browne-Wilkinson Lord Mackay of Clashfern L.C. , Lord Keith of Kinkel , Lord Bridge of Harwich , Lord Griffiths , Lord Ackner , Lord Oliver of Aylmerton and Lord Browne-Wilkinson |
The Parliamentary material
1. Should the rule prohibiting references to Parliamentary material be relaxed?
2. Does this case fall within the relaxed rule?
3. If reference to Hansard is permissible, what is the true construction of clause 63?
4. If reference to Hansard is not permissible, what is the true construction?
5. Parliamentary privilege
Appeal allowed with costs.
Solicitors: Kenwright & Cox for Jagger Son & Tilley, Birmingham; Solicitor of Inland Revenue.
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