Tag: UK Law

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Torquay Hotel Ltd v Cousins
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Cousins was part of a trade union. Members of the trade union called a strike at the Torbay Hotel and the Imperial hotel......

Tinn v Hoffman and Co 1873
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: The issue in this case was whether there was a valid contract between Mr Tinn and Mr Hoffman for the sale of the iron....

Ward v Tesco Case Summary
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: The claimant was injured when they slipped on spilled yoghurt in the defendant’s store. The defendant adduced evidence that they…...

Walker v Northumberland County Council
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Mr Walker was a social worker employed by the defendant who had a heavy, emotionally demanding caseload and suffered a mental breakdown in 1986....

White v Bluett - 1853
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Bluett Sr. lent his son, the respondent in this case, a sum of money and died before his son had repaid this to him. Bluett Sr. and Jr. had agreed on this......

Transco v Stockport MBC
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: The Claimant was the owner of a gas pipe which passed under the surface of an old railway between Stockport and Denton. The Defendant was the local......

White v Blackmore - 1972
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Mr White was thrown into the air and died from his injuries. Mrs White claimed damages in negligence and for breach of s2 Occupier’s Liability Act 1957....

Whiston v Secretary of State For Justice
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: In Whiston v Secretary of State for Justice [2014] UKSC 39, the Supreme Court considered the issue of whether a person released from prison on a home detention curfew who is subsequently recalled to prison under s. 255 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003, has rights pursuant to article 5(4) of the European Convention on Human Rights....

Z v UK Case Summary
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Z and Others v United Kingdom (Application No 29392/95). The applicants, four siblings, Z, a girl born in 1982, A, a boy born in 1984......

Wyatt v Kreglinger & Fernau - 1933
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Mr Wyatt contended the letters he had received from his previous employer amounted to a binding contract under which they were bound to pay......

Turkey v Awadh - 2005
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: A Saudi Arabian couple purchased a home in London with the help of a mortgage. They rented the house to the wife’s father who lived there with his wife....

Wong v Parkside Health NHS Trust
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Minna Wong (W) was employed as a wheelchair administrator by NHS Trust. In this employment, she suffered harassment from her......

Wheat v E Lacon & Co Ltd
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendants, in this case, were brewers who owned a public house, which they entrusted to a licensee to manage. This individual was employed......

Titchener v British Railways Board
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: The appellant was struck by a train and was very seriously injured. This had taken place whilst the appellant was crossing a railway......

Williams (JW) v Williams (MA)
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: A husband and wife jointly owned a piece of property that acted as their family home, where they lived alongside their four children....

Wheeler v New Merton Board Mills
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: An eighteen-year-old workman was working at a machine for cutting cardboard with revolving sharp knives and, whilst collecting the shavings......

Tomlinson v Congleton Borough Council
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Congleton Borough Council had attempted to turn a disused quarry into a beauty spot and country park by turning the quarry into an artificial lake....

YL v Birmingham City Council - 2007
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Y was a resident of a care home run by a healthcare company (S). Her placement had been arranged by the respondent local authority (B)......

Ward v London County Council
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: A fire engine driver injured the claimant by running a red light while driving to deal with an emergency. The claimant sued the driver’s employers....

Wall v Collins - 2007
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: The appellant asserted that he had a right of way over a track which passed over one part of his property, as well as into......

Parties the Oil and Gas Industry
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: Is It Inevitable That Those Engaged In The Oil And Gas Industry Will Opt For Agreed Dispute Resolution Processes (Whether Personal To Their Contracts Or Set By International Instrument)...

To Be or Not to Be an Organ Donor
21st Jun 2019
Introduction: The first time an individual is asked about organ donation, it is generally at the driver’s license center. These individuals are usually very he......