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Excess of jurisdiction means he had no power to do it

When we talk about an act by a public body in excess of jurisdiction, we rely on two leading authorities by the Court of Appeal, and the House of Lords. Both of which affirm that an act in excess of jurisdiction by a judge or any public body, results in a nullity. A proper and honourable Judge, unfortunately one of a dying breed in the United Kingdom, the former Master of the Rolls, Lord…
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