Admiralty Commissioners v S.S. Chekiang

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtHouse of Lords
Judgment Date18 June 1926
Date18 June 1926
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  • Watts v Morrow
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 30 July 1991
    ...particular rule which the judge was required to follow so as to prevent application of that overriding rule: he referred to the Chekiang [1926] A.C. 637 and to the S.S. Susquehanna [1926] A.C. 655 for support for the proposition that a rule cannot be laid down which will apply to the measu......
  • Dimond v Lovell
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    • House of Lords
    • 11 May 2000
    ...was Mrs. Dimond's car) there may still be scope for awarding general damages for loss of use: The Mediana [1900] A.C. 113; Admiralty Commissioners v. S.S. Chekiang [1926] A.C. 637; Admiralty Commissioners v. Susquehanna [1926] A.C. 85I mention these cases and the principles they illustrat......
  • Burdis v Livsey ; Clark v Ardington Electrical Services ; Dennard v Plant ; Sen v Steelform Engineering Company Ltd ; Lagden v O'Connor
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 1 May 2002
    ...(as was Mrs Dimond's car) there may still be scope for awarding general damages for loss of use: The Mediana [1900] AC 113; Admiralty Commissioners v S.S. Chekiang [1926] AC 637; Admiralty Commissioners v S.S. Susquehanna [1926] AC 655. I mention these cases and the principles they illus......
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