|| All ER (D) 365 (Jul)
|| UKPC 32
Lord Hoffmann, Lord Scott of Foscote, Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe, Lord Carswell and Sir Christopher Staughton
||25 July 2005
Trinidad and Tobago - Environment - Protection - Application for judicial review - Extension of time - Judge refusing to extend time - Whether proper exercise of judge's discretion.
In the circumstances the judge had properly exercised his discretion in refusing to extend time to the appellant company, which campaigned for the protection of the environment, to apply for judicial review in proceedings concerning linked projects undertaken by the second respondent in Trinidad involving additions to its offshore platforms and construction of pipelines.
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