Archive for April, 2016
An order made by the Supreme Court that one party should pay the other’s costs in the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court entitled the receiving party to an immediate assessment of those costs, notwithstanding that the claim was proceeding to trial. The appellants appealed against a master’s refusal to set aside a notice of […]
A Claimant’s negligence claim against the owner of a showground and the contractor managing parking at horse shows was not made out. The Claimant’s injuries sustained while lowering the ramp on his horsebox were not attributable to any default by either Defendant. The claimant brought a claim under the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 and in […]
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