Tag: UK Law

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Bradford v Robinson Rentals Ltd
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The claimant, Bradford, was an employee of the defendants, Robinson Rentals, and in the course of his employment it was requested......

Bannerman v White - 1861
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The claimant, Bannerman, formed a contract with the defendant, White, regarding the purchase of hops, intending to use them to produce beer....

City of London Building Society v Flegg - 1988
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Here, the Maxwell Browns purchased a property, attaining half of the cost form Mrs Maxell Brown’s parents, the Fleggs. The property was placed solely......

Dunlop v New Garage Case Summary
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The Claimant (C) manufactured and supplied goods to the Respondents (R) who were dealers and under an agreement C prohibited R from selling than their list price sold an item under the list price...

Gorris v Scott
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: A ship owner, the defendant, had contracted to carry a number of sheep from a foreign port to England. Some of the sheep were washed......

Dann v Hamilton - Summary
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The plaintiff, knowing that the defendant was drunk and that a road traffic accident was highly likely as a result, chose to travel by......

Fercometal v Mediterranean
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Charterers entered into an agreement with ship owners for a cargo in the vessel ‘Simona.’ A clause of the agreement allowed the charterers the option......

Gordon v Selico - 1986
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The claimant purchased a long lease of a flat from the first defendant and of which the second defendant was the managing agent....

Gore v Van Der Lann
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The Liverpool Corporation (LC) issued free bus passes to pensioners. Pensioners were required to sign an agreement that waived the liability......

Ellis v Chief Adjudication Officer
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The Commissioner contended the gift of the flat from mother to daughter had failed and, as such, Ms Ellis was entitled to a proportion of......

Ee v Kakar
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant was the vendor of property who agreed and signed a document to sell this property to the plaintiff. The property was empty and the sale......

Gammon (Hong Kong) Ltd v Attorney-General
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The contractor, project manager and site agent for building works in Hong Kong were charged with substantially deviating from approved......

Godden v Hales - Summary
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Sir Edward Hales was a member of the House of Commons and a close associate of King James II. He converted to catholicism in 1685....

Hellawell v Eastwood - Facts
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The claimant was the tenant of a factory and owed rent to the defendant. The defendant entered the claimant’s factory and seized several cotton spinning......

Hardman v Booth - 1863 | Summary
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The plaintiff was a manufacturer who wished to sell goods to Gandell & Co. Edward Gandell was a clerk who worked there and led the plaintiff to......

Heslop v Burns - 1974
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Mr. Timms met a married couple, and developed an affection for the wife, Ms. Burns. He permitted the married couple to live in his second house......

Goodchild v Bradbury - 2006
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Goodchild was elderly. He owned some agricultural land. He gave plot – next to his house – to his nephew, Bradbury (who lived with him) as a......

Gamerco SA v ICM
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Gamerco were promoters who entered into an agreement to promote a concert in Madrid with the defendants, the corporate persona of the band......

Dunlop v Selfridge - 1915
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Dunlop was a tire manufacturer who agreed with their dealer to not sell the tires below a recommended retail price (RRP). As part of the agreement......

Day v Savadge
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Day sued Savadge for trespass after the latter took away a bag of nutmegs. Savadge claimed that it was customary in London for people......

Grainger & Son v Gough 1896
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: The defendant wine merchant circulated a catalogue which contained a price list for its products. The claimant ordered a number of bottles......

Family Law: Divorce | Family Law Study Area | Law Teacher
14th Jun 2019
Introduction: Family Law: Divorce. A marriage may come to an end in various ways, the most common of which is still the death of one partner. A decree of nullity in the case of a void marriage is evidence that there was never a valid......