Law of Wrongdoing in UK Law
M'Alister or Donoghue (Pauper) v Stevenson
...... you style it such or treat it as in other systems as a species of "culpa," is no doubt based upon a general public sentiment of moral wrongdoing for which the offender must pay. But acts or omissions which any moral code would censure cannot in a practical world be treated so as to give a ......
Three Rivers District Council v Governor and Company of the Bank of England (No. 3)
......This is an intentional tort. It involves deliberate or reckless wrongdoing. It cannot be committed negligently or inadvertently. Accordingly it is not enough for the depositors to establish negligence, or even gross ......
Dorset Yacht Company Ltd v Home Office
...... . 15 These cases shew that, where human action forms one of the links between the original wrongdoing of the defendant and the loss suffered by the plaintiff, that action must at least have been something very likely to happen if it is not to be ......
Attorney General v Guardian Newspapers Ltd and Others (No. 2)
......Wright had he sought to publish his book in England. The sporadic and low key prior publication of certain specific allegations of wrongdoing could not conceivably weigh in favour of allowing publication of this whole book of detailed memoirs describing the operations of the security ......
- Lonrho Ltd and Others v Shell Petroleum Company Ltd and Others (First Appeal)
- Bolitho v City and Hackney Health Authority
- Doreen Ann Letang (Respondent) Frank Anthony Cooper (Appellant)
- OBG Ltd and another v Allan and Others
- Campbell v MGN Ltd
- Warner v Metropolitan Police Commissioner; R v Warner
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