Consumer Protection in UK Law
R v Johnstone (Robert Alexander)
......] RPC 281 , 291, per Jacob J, Philips Electronics NV v Remington Consumer Products  RPC 283 , 311-312, per Jacob J, and in the Court of ...The 1994 Act provides for two separate regimes for the protection of trade marks and consumers. One regime is concerned with civil ......
Cavendish Square Holding BV v Talal El Makdessi; ParkingEye Ltd v Beavis
...... (Instructed by Cubism Law) . Intervener (Consumers' Association) . Christopher Butcher QC . (Instructed by ... (pp 90–91) to the critical importance to Dunlop of the protection of their brand, reputation and goodwill, and their authorised distribution ......
Murphy v Brentwood District Council
...... manufactured -product should be intended to reach the injured consumer in the same state as that in which it was put up with no reasonable ... to be said for the view that in what is essentially a consumer protection field, as was observed by Lord Bridge of Harwich in D. & F. Estates , at ......
Wilson v First County Trust Ltd (No 2)
...... was a regulated agreement for the purposes of section 8 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974. A regulated agreement is not properly executed unless the ... on enforcement of a regulated agreement are for the protection of borrowers. They do not deprive a regulated agreement of all legal ......
M'Alister or Donoghue (Pauper) v Stevenson
...... in a receptacle which prevented inspection owed a duty to her as consumer of the article to take care that there was no noxious element in the ... the defender to be dangerous, in which cases a special duty of protection or adequate warning is placed upon the person who uses or distributes it. ......
National Westminster Bank Plc v Morgan
...... relieve against the mischief: for example, the hire-purchase and consumer protection legislation, of which the Supply of Goods (Implied Terms) Act ......
- David Phillip Holliday (Durham County Consumer Protection Officer) v John Geoffrey Armstrong
Socimer International Bank Ltd ((in Liquidation)) v Standard Bank London Ltd
...... Standard was to be treated as a “lender”, it had adequate protection" on Socimer's construction of clause 14 in the event of default by Socimer.\xE2"...This is the world of sophisticated investors, not that of consumer protection. These merchants in the securities of emerging markets have ......
R (Khatun and Others) v Newham London Borough Council
......In summary the question was whether the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999 ("the Regulations") and Council Directive .... . 43 The applicant enjoys important protections. Under s.202(1) (f) and (1A) of the 1996 Act he has a right of review of ......
Tesco Supermarkets Ltd v Nattrass
......For the protection of purchasers or consumers Parliament in many cases made it an offence for ......
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