[2009] EWHC 3011 (Admin)

A taxi driver who conveyed passengers by taxi for a fixed fare which greatly exceeded the metered fare for that journey would be acting contrary to the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976 s.67. It was irrelevant that the fare had been arranged between the passengers and the taxi firm where the taxi driver knew that it was a criminal offence to undertake such journeys and knew that the fare was excessive.

DC (Sullivan LJ, Openshaw J)


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