Dooley v Cammell Laird & Company Ltd

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1951
CourtAssizes
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24 cases
  • Hunter v British Coal Corporation and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 11 Febrero 1998
    ...to himself or in coming to the aid of others injured or threatened. Into the same category, I believe, fall those cases such as Dooley v Cammell Laird & Co Ltd [1952] 1 Lloyd's Rep 271; Galt v British Railways Board (1983) NLJ 870; and Wigg v British Railways Board, The Times, 4 February 1......
  • Curran v Cadbury (Ireland) Ltd
    • Ireland
    • Circuit Court
    • 17 Diciembre 1999
    ...& WESTERN RAILWAY CO OF IRELAND UNREP COURT OF APPEAL FEB 1884 HANBROOK V STOKES BROS 1925 1 KB 141 DOOLEY V CAMMELL LAIRD & CO LTD 1951 1 LLOYDS REP 271 ATTIA V BRITISH GAS PLC 1988 QB 304 JAENSCH V COFFEY 1984 155 CLR 549 MULLANY & HANDFORD TORT LIABILITY FOR PSYCHIATRIC DAMAGE (SYDNEY ......
  • White and Others v Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 31 Octubre 1996
    ...give rise to a duty to avoid purely economic loss) and per Lord Roskill at 628 C-F and Lord Oliver at 633 A-D (to like effect). Dooley v Cammell Laird, Galt v British Railways Board 1983 133 NLJ 870 and Wigg v British Railways Board were based not on the master and servant relationship but ......
  • The Bodo Community and Others v The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Technology and Construction Court)
    • 20 Junio 2014
    ...non-pecuniary losses is allowable and may be regarded as part of the normal measure of damages." In Dooley v Conmell & Co Ltd [sic] (1951) 1 Lloyd's Rep 271 where a defective sling broke during locking operations on a ship and the goods dropped into the hold. The plaintiff, who was operati......
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  • Liability for Psychiatric Illness: Advancing Cautiously
    • United Kingdom
    • The Modern Law Review No. 61-6, November 1998
    • 1 Noviembre 1998
    ...He, too, observed that ‘Mr Hunter was not atthe scene or in the area of real physical risk’, concluding that, as someone not52 [1951] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 271; (1983) 133 NLJ 870, and The Times 4 February 1986, respectively.53 n 2 above.54 n 3 above.55 Young vCharles Church (Southern) Ltd, n 3 abo......

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