Brown v Dean

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Year1910
Date1910
CourtHouse of Lords
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  • Fresh Food & Refrigerating Company Ltd v Syme & Co; Behr Mathew Ltd, Third parties
    • Malaysia
    • Court of Appeal (Malaysia)
    • Invalid date
  • Langdale v Danby
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 29 July 1982
    ...this restrictive provision applies with at least equal, if not indeed greater, force to a summary judgment as to judgment after trial. In Brown v. Dean [1910] A.C. 373 at page 374, Lord Loreburn L.C. said:— "My Lords, the chief effect of the argument which your Lordships have heard is to co......
  • Ladd v Marshall
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 29 November 1954
    ...Newspapers Limited, reported in 1949, 2 All England Reports, page 306. I would only make a brief reference to the well-known case of Brown v. Dean (1910 Appeal Cases at page 375; where the house of Lords affirmed a decision of the Court of Appeal and gave guidance on this topic. The passage......
  • Cowling v Matbro Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 5 February 1969
    ...Lord Chancellor, Lord Loreburn, described as an old doctrine of "extreme value" in the course of his judgment in ( Brown v. Bean 1910 A.C. 373, at page 374), "When a litigant has obtained a judgment in a Court of Justice, whether it be a county court or one of the High Courts, he is by law ......
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  • MODE OF RAISING FRESH EVIDENCE OR FACTS BEFORE APPEAL COURT
    • Nigeria
    • DSC Publications Online Sasegbon’s Judicial Dictionary of Nigerian Law. First edition M
    • 6 February 2019
    ...on weighty grounds. When a litigant has obtained a judgment in a Court of justice, says Lord Loreburn, L.C. in Brown v. Dean (1910) A.C. 373 at 374 "he is by law entitled not to be deprived of that judgment without very solid grounds." - Per Aniagolu, J.S.C., in Elike v. Nwankwoala & Or......

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