||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 378 (Oct)
Maurice Kay J
||Michael McParland (instructed by Sharpe Pritchard London Agents for Duncan Milne) for the authority.
||Kerim Fuad (instructed by Stephens & Son, Chatham) for the defendant.
||25 October 2002
Animals - Dangerous dogs - Dangerously out of control - Single incident - Dangerous s 2.
The justices had not acted in a manner which was Wednesbury unreasonable by refusing to make an order under s2 of the Dangerous on the basis of a single incident where they decided that, in the circumstances, they were entitled to be satisfied that the dog was not dangerous.
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