Company in UK Law
Edwards (Inspector of Taxes) v Bairstow
... ... Then Mr. Bairstow began negotiations with the International Export Company. They said they were prepared to buy the whole of the plant. On the 14th November the International Export Company wrote to Mr. Bairstow saying that ... ...
- Re Asbestos Insurance Coverage Cases
Western Excavating (ECC) Ltd v Sharp
... ... THE MASTER OF THE ROLLS ... 1 Mr. Sharp was only employed by the ChinaClay Company for twenty months. He left of his own accord. Yet he has been awarded 658 as compensation for unfair dismissal. There seems something wrong about ... ...
Caparo Industries Plc v Dickman
... ... At all times material to this appeal, they were the auditors of a public limited company, Fidelity Plc. ("Fidelity"), which carried on business as manufacturers and vendors of electrical equipment of various kinds and whose shares were ... ...
Porter v Magill
... ... discussion which included references such as "economic justification for Gmander on Hsg", "who is a Tory Voter?", "Gentrification" and "will company lets vote Tory". On 29 July 1986 Dame Shirley Porter had a discussion with Mr Phillips concerning properties in key wards, voting records and ... ...
- Johnson v Gore Wood & Company (A Firm)
Reardon Smith Line Ltd v Yngevar Hansen-Tangen (trading as H. E. Hansen-Tangen)
... ... E. Hansen-Tangen) (Appellants) and The Sanko Steamship Company (Respondents) [Conjoined Appeals]  UKHL J1007-1 ... Lord Wilberforce ... Viscount ... ...
Re Ashpurton Estates Ltd
... ... Chancery Division to extend under section 101 of the Companies Act 1948 the time allowed by section 95 for registering a charge created by a company ... 3 Under section 95 of the Act a company is required to register a charge within 21 days of its creation. Nothing turns on ... ...
O'Reilly v Mackman
... ... an action commenced by writ for a declaration, in which a minute of the Commission's reasons for their determination adverse to the plaintiff company did not appear upon the face of their determination, and had in fact been obtained only upon discovery: but, as appears from the report of my own ... ...
Jagprit Randhawa and Others v The Queen
... ... It was subsequently brought to the attention of the judge that by virtue of s2(3)(b) of the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986, the maximum permissible period of disqualification was 15 years, and in circumstances which we will consider ... ...
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