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Faramus v Film Artistes Association

[1964] AC 925 (HL)

Case summary last updated at 17/02/2020 18:03 by the Oxbridge Notes in-house law team.

Judgement for the case Faramus v Film Artistes Association

Union D had a rule that a person could not be a member if he had ever been convicted of a criminal offence. P had been convicted of an offence in Jersey, which was discovered after years of membership and service on the executive. CA held that the union was therefore entitled to expel D/assert that he had never been a member. The condition was to be construed as referring to all criminal offences, regardless of which jurisdiction/legal system they were committed under. 

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