If a discretion was expressed in an open-textured and non-specific manner, then a policy which precluded consideration of an application unless the applicant could identify certain specific factors as being present in his application was unlikely to be unlawful whether the source of the discretion was statutory or contractual.

QBD (Tomlinson J)


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