gives power to committee consisting of various high-ranking lawyers to make
orders prescribing solicitors’ remuneration.
observations submitted within one month.
British Legal Association, which objected to order, and argued it should have
reasonable opportunity to make representations.
duty of a body to act fairly when exercising administrative functions under a
statutory power meant that in deciding licensing policy there was duty to hear
those likely to be affected.
committee in question has legislative and not administrative or executive
consulted or make objections regarding legislative process at suit of those who
contend insufficient time for consultation and consideration.