Baker v Snell

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtKing's Bench Division
Date1908
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4 cases
  • Robison (Dave) and anor v Inez Brown
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 3 April 2003
    ...the act done, albeit unauthorized and unlawful, is done in the course of the employment; that question is itself a question of fact. In Baker v Snell , [1908] 2 KB 352; at 355; affd. [1908] 2 KB 825, CA Channel J, after saying that the defendant's liability would depend on whether his serv......
  • Attorney General v Reid et Al; Attorney General v Engerbretson et Al; Engerbretson v Americana Jamaica Corporation; Reid v Americana Jamaica Corporation
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 30 May 1994
    ...1 W.L.R. 1082 decided in the Privy Council, in delivery the judgment of the Board, Lord Kilbrandon expressed it in this way at 1084: “In Baker v. Snell [1908] 2 K.B. 352 (approved [1908, 2 K.B. 825), Channel J after saying that the defendant's liability would depend on whether his servant'......
  • Keppel Bus Co Ltd v Sa'ad bin Ahmad
    • Singapore
    • Privy Council
    • 15 May 1974
    ...albeit unauthorized and unlawful, is done in the course of the employment; that question is itself a question of fact. In Baker v Snell [1908] 2 KB 352 (approved [1908] 1 KB 825), Channell J, after saying that the defendant`s liability would depend on whether his servant`s wrongful act was ......
  • Keppel Bus Co Ltd v Sa'ad bin Ahmad
    • Singapore
    • Privy Council
    • 15 May 1974
    ...albeit unauthorized and unlawful, is done in the course of the employment; that question is itself a question of fact. In Baker v Snell [1908] 2 KB 352 (approved [1908] 1 KB 825), Channell J, after saying that the defendant`s liability would depend on whether his servant`s wrongful act was ......

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