Johnston v O'Neill

CourtHouse of Lords (Ireland)
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  • Wallis's Cayton Bay Holiday Camp Ltd v Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 10 July 1974 he taken into account in determining the sufficiency of a possession". This passage was cited with approval by Lord Macnaghten in Johnson v. O'Neil (1911) A.C. 583 and by Lord Shaw in Kirley v. Cowderov (1912) A.C. 599. 60 In my judgment, when the land in question is being held primarily......
  • Max Couper and Another v Albion Properties Ltd and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 8 October 2013 based on the decisions of the House of Lords in Bristow v Cormican (1878) 3 App Cas 641, Malcolmson v O'Dea (1863) LR 10 HL 592 and Johnston v O'Neill [1911] AC 552. Counsel for APL submitted that these decisions (and that in Dysart v Hammerton) made it clear that, where there is a dispu......
  • Mabo v State of Queensland (No2)
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • 3 June 1992
    ...Stanford v HurlstoneELR (1873) LR 9 Ch App 116 657. Lord Advocate v Lord LovatELR (1880) 5 App Cas 273, at 288; Johnston v O'NeillELR [1911] AC 552, at 583; Kirby v CowderoyELR [1912] AC 599, at 602–3 658. McNeil, pp 196–204 659. See for instance Lands Acquisition Act 1989 (Cth), Pt VII; La......
  • Paki and Others v Attorney-General of New Zealand
    • New Zealand
    • Supreme Court
    • 27 June 2012
    ...which it was common ground that the Lough Neagh was a publicly navigable lake. See the later case on the same issue, Johnston v O'Neill [1911] AC 552 (HL) at 572 per Lord Ashbourne. In Bloomfield v Johnston (1867) IR 8 CL 68, which concerned fishing in Lough Erne, the same assumption was ma......
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