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Miller v Jackson [1977] EWCA Civ 6 | 6 April 1977

ON THIS DAY in 1977, the England and Wales Court of Appeal delivered Miller v Jackson EWCA Civ 6 (06 April 1977).  A cricket club was sued in negligence and nuisance caused by cricket balls landing on a neighbour’s property.   421 more words

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Miller v Jackson [1977] EWCA Civ 6 | 6 April 1977

ON THIS DAY in 1977, the England and Wales Court of Appeal delivered Miller v Jackson EWCA Civ 6 (06 April 1977).  A cricket club was sued in negligence and nuisance caused by cricket balls landing on a neighbour’s property.   421 more words

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Security for Costs in a Defamation Action

Courts have long stood firm that poverty (alone) should not deprive a person of seeking appropriate relief through the Courts, even if they might not be able to pay costs should they lose.  895 more words

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Ignore an Arbitration Clause at Your Peril

Martin CJ has published reasons which should serve as a reminder of the potential consequences of ‘ignoring’ or commencing proceedings in breach of an arbitration clause contained in a contract. 120 more words

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Compensation for Revenge Porn

Incidents of so-called ‘revenge porn’ have been increasing in recent years, usually after an acrimonious break up.

In  a first for Western Australia, newly minted Justice Mitchell took the step of awarding equitable compensation for what is colloquially known as ‘revenge porn’.  575 more words

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Ukip hires City barrister to keep 'bad stuff' hidden, leaked documents reveal

The revelation is damaging for UKIP chief Nigel Farage, who tries to present his party as a ‘people’s army’ which does not indulge in typical Westminster spin… 390 more words

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