Archive for March, 2014
Personal Representatives of the Estate of Cyril Biddick (deceased) v Mark Morcom  EWCA Civ 182
The Appellant was having his loft insulated by the Respondent. The Appellant offered to stand with a pole underneath the hinged hatch door to the loft to ensure that the vibrations from the Respondent’s drilling did not lead to the hatch opening and the Respondent falling from the Appellant’s loft. The Appellant then went to […]
The Appellant had worked as a catering manager at a prison run by the Respondent. This job included supervising prisoners who worked in the prison kitchen. One prisoner had dropped a sack of food causing a spillage. The Appellant had instructed all the prisoners to stop working while the spillage was cleared, however one prisoner […]
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