Coulson and Sons v Coulson and Company

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal
Date1887
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  • Chin Bay Ching v Merchant Ventures Pte Ltd
    • Singapore
    • Court of Appeal (Singapore)
    • 17 May 2005
    ...action must be modified. As early as in 1887, Lord Esher MR had already in the case of William Coulson and Sons v James Coulson and Co (1887) 3 TLR 846 (“Coulson”) recognised the unique position of a defamation action in relation to the issue of an interim injunction. He said at To justify ......
  • Herbage v Pressdram Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 1 May 1984
    ...of malice is absolutely overwhelming will the Court intervene to restrain publication by way of an interlocutory injunction: see Coulson v. Coulson, (1887) 3 Times Law Reports, page 847. 8 Parliament having so provided, I can see no reason why this Court should approach the resolution of th......
  • Allister (James Hugh) v Paisley Jnr (Ian), Douglas (Derek J) and JC Print Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Northern Ireland)
    • 14 April 2010
    ...the principles to be as follows: 5 [15] The jurisdiction ought to be exercised only in the clearest of cases. (Coulson v Coulson (1887) 3 TLR 846 (Coulson’s case) and Bonnard v Perryman (1891) 2 Ch 269 CA (Bonnard’s case). The reluctance to grant peremptory injunctions is rooted in the impo......
  • CTOS Sdn Bhd and Others; Ngoi Thiam Who
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 1 January 2001
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2 books & journal articles
  • The Relevane of Constitutional Rights to the Granting of an Interlocutory Injunction
    • Ireland
    • Hibernian Law Journal No. 12-2013, January 2013
    • 1 January 2013
    ...are defamatory … The reason for the reluctance 61 Bonnard v Perryman [1891] 2 Ch 269 62 Ibid , p.284 63 Coulson and Sons v Coulson & Co [1887] 3 TLR 846 64 This principle was accepted by the Supreme Court in Sinclair v Gogarty [1937] IR 377, p.384 65 The defence of justif‌ication is now ref......
  • Injunctions
    • Canada
    • Irwin Books Canadian Libel and Slander Actions
    • 17 June 2004
    ...extremely rare. For at least one hundred years and certainly since the leading cases of William Coulson dy Sons v. James Coulson Co. (1887), 3 T.L.R. 846, and Collard v. Marshall, [1892] 1 Ch. 571, and perhaps above all, in the leading case otBonnard v. Ferryman, [1891] 2 Ch. 269, it has be......

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