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  • CCUK Finance Ltd & Anor v Barclays Bank Plc, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, February 20, 2018, [2018] EWHC 304 (Comm)

    2. CompuCredit's application arises out of a Sale and Purchase Agreement dated 4 April 2007 (``the SPA'') under which Barclays sold to CompuCredit a portfolio of Monument-branded credit card accounts and associated assets at a substantial discount to face value. The credit card accounts formed part of a wider portfolio of accounts acquired by Barc...

    ... in certain circumstances, during which period the customer was not required to make minimum monthly payments other than payments to clear any outstanding arrears, and did not incur any interest, ... adopted by CompuCredit hitherto in the Remediation Exercise, using the Flowchart and Calculator (as described in the Reply and Defence to Counterclaim);. iii) further or alternatively, summary ...

  • HSM Offshore BV v Aker Offshore Partner Ltd, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, November 28, 2017, [2017] EWHC 2979 (TCC)

    1. The claimant (``HSM'') is a specialist fabricator of offshore process modules, with a fabrication yard (``the yard'') just outside Rotterdam. The defendant (``Aker'') is a global provider of products and services to the oil and gas industry. 2. By a contract dated 11 April 2014, and incorporating the LOGIC Sub-Contract conditions, Aker engage...

    ... was a good deal of co-operation between the Quantity Surveyors based at the yard and large monthly sums were approved and paid by Aker to HSM. However, following Sail Away and the provision of ...(b) the Cofely Management Positions with which I am concerned - `store manager'; `calculator'; and `controller' - were not mentioned in the LOGIC Sub-Contract daywork schedule (table 1) at ...

  • Coleman & Ors v Polestar UK Print Ltd (Working Time Regulations: Holiday pay), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, February 20, 2015, [2015] UKEAT 0376_14_2002

    The Appellants worked a complicated shift system. They were paid the same amount each week whether or not they were rostered to work, however many hours they worked and whether or not they were on holiday. The suggestion that they were not being paid in respect of holiday was unsupportable. UKEAT/0376/14/MC -1- HIS HONOUR JUDGE SHANKS 1. This ...

    ... The overtime calculator will be based on 32.5 hours [per week].'' . Then under ``Holidays'' it says:. ``Your holiday ...``The normal contractual arrangements, whereby employees are paid, for example, monthly, and then make arrangements to take their annual leave and continue to be paid during it, are ...

  • Mears Ltd v Shoreline Housing Partnership Ltd, Court of Appeal - Technology and Construction Court, May 20, 2015, [2015] EWHC 1396 (TCC)

    1. This is a case that need never have been fought all the way through to trial. Nominally the dispute between the parties, Mears Ltd (``Mears''), the contractor, and Shoreline Housing Partnership Ltd (``Shoreline''), the employer, relates to some £300,000 said to have been overpaid under the terms of a substantial repair and maintenance term contr...

    ...Payments were to be made monthly. Mears "key persons" were named as Mr Critchley and Mr Lester. The Price List was identified as ... average cost will be reconciled monthly with actual usage figures (see composite rate calculator).. 7. There will be an additional `Initial Ordering Rate' which will cover a technical visit where ...

  • Brazel v The Harpur Trust, Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, March 06, 2018, [2018] UKEAT 0102_17_0603

    The Appellant (Claimant below) was a part-time music teacher working mostly during term-time. She had a contractual right to 5.6 weeks holiday pay, mirroring her statutory right. Rather than calculating the basis for holiday pay by the methodology set out in section 224 Employment Rights Act 1996, the Respondent calculated it on the basis of 12.0...

    ...23. Payment: You will be paid monthly in arrears at the end of the month directly into a bank account or building society account ... hours or casual/irregular hours (see the table on page 12 or use the `ready reckoner' calculator at www.gov.uk).'' ''. 19. The entitlement to leave is contained in the WTR. At paragraphs 59 to 64 ...

  • HM Revenue & Customs v Weight Watchers (UK) Ltd, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, January 21, 2008, [2008] EWHC 53 (Ch)

    ``This appeal concerns whether customers of [Weight Watchers (UK) Limited], who attend weekly meetings at which they are weighed and can then remain to attend a talk and discussion period but in any event also receive a handbook and other printed material at the meetings, receive single standard-rated supplies of a weight loss programme or separate...

    ...These customers received the printed material by post monthly and by e-mail respectively. Supplies to At Home customers are zero-rated; those to Online customers ...The new Member receives a Handbook together with a Points Calculator and Bonus Booster, which is inserted in a pocket at the back of the Handbook, with the material ...

  • Dranez & Ors v Hayek & Ors, Court of Appeal - Supreme Court Cost Office, April 28, 2008, [2008] EWHC 90107 (Costs)

    1. The issue in this reserved judgment relates to the appropriate hourly rates recoverable by the receiving parties. In fact there are two quite distinct parts to this issue, namely (a) is there a “cap” on the hourly rates recoverable? and (b) the actual hourly rates themselves. 2. Logically it would be appropriate to consider the second

    ... As I explained above, we shall invoice you monthly. Our bills are payable within 30 days. If payment is not made in that period, we may charge ... it is accepted on behalf of the Paying Parties by Mr Bowden that, with the help of a calculator, it would have been possible for Dr Hayek to ascertain that the rates which were quoted in the ...

  • HM Revenue & Customs v Weight Watchers (UK) Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, June 25, 2008, [2008] EWCA Civ 715

    1. Membership of Weight Watchers (UK) Ltd (``WW'') is open to those whose weight exceeds a level identified by reference to certain charts and who wish to reduce it. In January 2005 WW introduced for its members a weight loss and weight management programme entitled ``Switch'', the benefits of which are made available to members at meetings organ...

    ... Those enrolling for the first time get a copy of the handbook, together with a points calculator and bonus booster. Those re-enrolling may not need another copy of the handbook or the points ...We can see no reason why it would be impractical to charge separately for the weekly and monthly leaflets magazine just as a charge is made for Weight Watchers magazine.''. Counsel for HMRC ...

  • Fundamentals of business mathematics: interest is normally expressed in the form of an annual percentage rate, but not every loan lasts exactly one year, of course, so a mathematical technique is needed to calculate an actual charge.

    ... to work in the reverse direction, with an annual rate being expressed as an equivalent monthly compound rate. For example, say we are lending [pounds sterling]100 for a year at an APR of 15 per ... algebra and be able to make calculations involving powers and roots using a scientific calculator. . Further reading CIMA Official Study Text--CO3 Fundamentals of Business Mathematics, CIMA ...

  • Foster Wheeler Ltd v Hanley & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, November 28, 2008, [2008] EWHC 2926 (Ch)

    1. This is a Part 8 claim brought by Foster Wheeler Limited (``the Company'') which is the Principal Employer (as defined) under the Foster Wheeler Pension Plan (``the Scheme''). The Scheme is a registered (formerly exempt approved) occupational pension scheme established in 1956 which provides benefits both on a defined benefit and defined contri...

    ... Since then the Company has made additional monthly contributions of about £1 million in order to amortise the deficit but, despite this increased ... one of the primary functions of the Normal Retirement Date, which is to act as a calculator for the accrual of pension. An accrual in this sense is an entitlement to pension earned in a ...

  • Ahsan v Westmead Business Group Ltd, Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, April 06, 2010, [2010] UKEAT 0480_09_0604

    The Employment Tribunal had rejected the Claimant's claims on the basis that he was not an employee. On examination of the documents there was an employment relationship and the parties conducted themselves in accordance with it until after it ended. Employment Tribunal Judgment reversed. UKEAT/0480/09/RN -5- HIS HONOUR JUDGE McMULLEN QC 1. Th...

    ...5. He was paid monthly by cheque and the Respondent withheld an amount roughly equivalent to the tax and national ... Documents available on appeal and we assume below include a P11 calculator for tax and national insurance where there is reference to the ``employee's name''. It is clear ...

  • AB & Ors v British Coal Corporation & Anor, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, June 18, 2004, [2004] EWHC 1372 (QB)

    1. The judgment in Griffiths and Others v British Coal Corporation delivered on 28 January 1998 forms the essential context of the present proceedings. It will be necessary to refer to a number of its findings for the purposes of the judgment in these proceedings. It has been accepted by the parties to these proceedings that they are bound by tho...

    ... 11 and schemed compensation under Schedule 10 and the (yet to be finally agreed) pension calculator. The dust model (which converts dust insult units into tortious dust follows the same principles ... Mr Luthe was apparently in ignorance, even, of the fact that the monthly figures for dust sampling were published in the covered accommodation at the pit top. He was under ...

  • Chamba v The Law Society, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, January 13, 2009, [2009] EWHC 190 (Admin)

    1. LORD JUSTICE MAURICE KAY: This is an appeal pursuant to section 49(1)(b) of the Solicitors Act 1974 (as amended). The factual background is as follows. The appellant, Mr Sudesh Chamba, practised as a solicitor. He was admitted in 1994. For a time he practised on his own account from an address in Wolverhampton and another address in West Br...

    ... Law Society in relation to this appeal fixed in the sum of £13,000 payable by six equal monthly instalments, with the first payment to be made on 13th February 2009. My Lord, the order of the ...21. MR HAMER: It was rather complicated on the calculator. We agree with the order that the appellant pay the respondents agreed costs of £13,000 by six ...

  • J Varney & Sons Waste Management Ltd v Hertfordshire County Council, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, June 16, 2010, [2010] EWHC 1404 (QB)

    1. These proceedings comprise two actions by the claimant company claiming damages under regulation 47(6) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 (``the Regulations'') for breach by the defendant County Council (to which I will refer as ``the Council'') of its obligations under those Regulations, alternatively damages for breach of an implied cont...

    ...He knew the tonnages and had the prices, so was able to check Fourways' figures using a calculator. Mr Brydon had seen him doing this and had not said the resultant income needed to be divided in ...Likewise there are monthly meetings with each contractor, of which minutes are kept. The Council also hold audits of ...

  • Workplace Pension Reform And Automatic Enrolment - Pensions In 30 Podcasts, Episode Three

    ... To find out an employer's staging date you can visit TPR's staging date calculator. Categorisation of workforce. Automatic enrolment affects groups of employees and workers in ...The employer will have to alter the worker's and its own contributions (if payable) on a monthly basis; in a large organisation, this will not be a feasible or practical way for the employer to ...

  • A B & Ors v Department of Trade & Industry s/a British Coal Corporation, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 21, 2005, [2005] EWCA Civ 1737

    1. These are appeals, brought with the permission of Rix LJ, are against three orders made by Sir Michael Turner in group litigation which is known as the British Coal Corporation Respiratory Disease Litigation or BCRDL. The orders were made on 18 November 2004, 28 January 2005 and 16 February 2005. They arise out of, or in connection with, the a...

    ... There is also an agreed monthly audit of MAP reports by the MRP. . 19. The CHA provides for general damages to be paid by ... A computer calculator exists for the input of information to produce the final figure. The inputs depend upon ...

  • Vestergaard Frandsen AS & Anor v Bestnet Europe Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, April 03, 2009, [2009] EWHC 657 (Ch)

    1. This is a claim for misuse of confidential information consisting of technical trade secrets. The Claimants manufacture and sell long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets (``LLINs''), in particular a polyester (``PES'') net marketed under the trade mark PermaNet which has been commercially very successful. The Defendants are two ex-employees of th...

    ...Thereafter Dr Skovmand (or from about July 2001 IIC) invoiced VF approximately monthly. 153. At some point in early 1999 Dr Skovmand informed Mr Vestergaard Frandsen that Messrs Holmes ... errors by the workers in formulating the samples: the figures are taken straight off my calculator. One example is the figure [Figure 3], which is again the result of the workers simply adding the ...

  • Chartbrook Ltd v Persimmon Homes Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, March 02, 2007, [2007] EWHC 409 (Ch),[2007] 2 P & CR 9,[2007] 1 All ER (Comm) 1083

    1. This is a claim for money alleged to be due under a development agreement relating to land in Hardwick's Way, Wandsworth (``the Agreement'') between the Claimant Chartbrook Limited (``Chartbrook'') as Owner, the First Defendant Persimmon Homes Limited (``Persimmon'') as Developer, the Second Part 20 Defendant Stephen Vantreen (``Mr Vantreen'') a...

    ... Paragraph 3.2 provided that, subject to paragraph 3.1 (a) (which contained the monthly payment table) the Owner was entitled to receive on the sale of each of the Residential Units and ... schedule of guaranteed payments (if necessary with the assistance of a pocket calculator) that the ``total land value'' referred to in the paragraph quoted above means the total guaranteed ...

  • Dubai Aluminium Co Ltd v Salaam & Ors, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, July 17, 1998, [1998] EWHC 1204 (Comm),[1999] 1 Lloyd's Rep 415

    Mr. Anthony Boswood, Q.C. and Mr. Philip Brook-Smith (instructed by Messrs. Barlow Lyde & Gilbert) for the second, third and fourth defendants (the Amhurst defendants) (and in the contribution proceedings for the Amhurst partners alone) Mr. Richard Gillis (instructed by Messrs. Herbert Smith) for the first third party (Mr. Livingstone) Mr.

    ... agreement"), providing for a commission of 2.5%, a mobilisation fee of $1.5 million, and a monthly payment of $100,000 towards office overheads. This was negotiated with Mr Livingstone and vetted by ...A calculator shows that these subsidiary figures are respectively 15%, 34%, 25.5% and 25.5% of the first figure, ...

  • Dashfield & Anor v Davidson & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, March 18, 2008, [2008] EWHC 486 (Ch)

    Introduction1. Mr John Peet died suddenly and unexpectedly on 21 April 2004. At the date of his death he was the owner of 52 per cent of the issued share capital in a company called Crown UK Ltd. The company was in the process of being sold. Acting under article 14 of the company's articles of association, on 28 April 2004 Mrs Brenda Dashfield, as

    ..., Mrs Dashfield was conversant with the company's cash flow position, and used to run off monthly management accounts. She also kept an eye on the company's bank balance. It was consistently in ...It could have been carried out by anyone who could read accounts and operate a pocket calculator. . 79. Moreover, in my judgment Mr Arden's interpretation is capable of working capriciously ...

  • Golden Fleece Maritime Inc & Anor v ST Shipping & Transport Inc, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, August 02, 2007, [2007] EWHC 1890 (Comm),[2008] 1 Lloyd's Rep 262,[2008] 1 All ER (Comm) 497,[2007] 2 CLC 648

    1. The Claimants are respectively the owners of the vessels Elli and Frixos, which are managed by Liquimar Tanker Management Inc. (Liquimar). At any one time Liquimar manages about 15 oil tankers for the companies which own them, including the Claimants (the Owners). 2. By two time charters on the Shelltime 4 form, as later amended and extended, t...

    ... machinery, boilers, hull and other equipment (including but not limited to hull stress calculator and radar) in a good and efficient state .. .. (g) she shall have on board all certificates, ... Elli Charter contained a new provision for a minimum rate of hire of $18,000 to be payable monthly in advance, with an additional profit sharing arrangement. Profit share was to be payable monthly ...

  • The Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme Regulations 2011

    “building” means any permanent or long-lasting building or structure of whatever kind and whether fixed or moveable which, except for doors and windows, is wholly enclosed on all sides with a roof or ceiling and walls; “CHP” means combined heat and power; “class 2 heat meter” means a heat meter which— complies with the relevant requirements set out...

    ...a flow meter,. a pressure sensor,. a temperature sensor, and. a digital integrator or calculator able to determine the cumulative energy in MWhth which has passed a specific point;. “tariff” ...Reporting obligations. 53.—(1) The Authority must provide to the Secretary of State monthly reports in such manner and form as the Secretary of State may request containing the following ...

  • Solomons v R., Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, March 07, 2006, [2006] EWCA Crim 419

    1. On 12 December 2003, after a lengthy trial in the Crown Court at Isleworth, Gabriel Solomons, now aged 66, was convicted of 6 offences of importing Class A drugs namely cocaine. He was sentenced by Judge Lowen to 24 years imprisonment on count 6, with concurrent 10 year sentences on each of the other 5 counts. He appeals against conviction with

    ...The profit margin was substantial and he then bought coral on almost a monthly basis being paid by Evioma in cash when he delivered the beads to Manchester. Part of the money ...He looked in the bag and touched the scales which he had mistaken for a calculator. That accounted for his fingerprints. He was unaware of the withdrawal of money from his assets in ...

  • Hodgson & Ors v Toray Textiles Europe Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, October 30, 2006, [2006] EWHC 2612 (Ch)

    1. This is another example of the difficulties that arise when the administrators of pension schemes apparently misunderstand the terms of the trust deeds under which the schemes are constituted; and ignore the provisions of the deed for making changes to the scheme. The whole story is one of muddle. No wonder that the trustees of the scheme have b...

    ...The pension continues for the rest of the member's life, and is payable monthly. 27. The expression ``Normal Pension Date'', which lies at the heart of the dispute, is contained ...``one of the primary functions of the Normal Retirement Date, which is to act as a calculator for the accrual of pension. An accrual in this sense is an entitlement to pension earned in a ...

  • Weekly Tax Update - Monday 26 August 2013

    ... 3.3 Inheritance tax quarters calculator for trusts. HMRC has published a new calculator you can use to quickly work out the number of ... first IRS Foreign Financial Institution (FFI) List in June 2014, and will update the list monthly. To ensure inclusion in the June 2014 IRS FFI List, financial institutions will need to finalize ...