London Passenger Transport Arbitration Tribunal
|Title:||London Passenger Transport Arbitration Tribunal|
This series contains copies of awards, and proceedings and other documents selected for preservation and taken over by the Ministry of Transport on the dissolution of the Tribunal.
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|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
London Passenger Transport Arbitration Tribunal, 1933-1936
|Physical description:||20 box(es)|
|Access conditions:||Normal Closure before FOI Act:|
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This tribunal was a court established by the London Passenger Transport Act 1933, which set up a London Passenger Transport Board and transferred to it various transport undertakings operating in London and adjacent districts. The tribunal's function was to determine the consideration to be given for certain transfers of undertakings, compensation in respect of interests affected, and other matters arising out of the act. The chairman and members of the tribunal were appointed by the lord chancellor. The tribunal was dissolved in 1936.
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- MT 1 - London Passenger Transport Arbitration Tribunal