McGahie v Union of Shop Distributive and Allied Workers

JurisdictionScotland
Year1966
Date1966
CourtCourt of Session (Outer House)
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  • Sweeney v Duggan
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 31 July 1991
    ...have been statute barred. Ackbar v. C.F. Green & Co. Ltd.ELR [1975] Q.B. 582, McGahie v. Union of Shop Distributors and Allied WorkersUNK[1966] S.L.T. 74 and Peterson v. ChadwickWLR[1974] 1 W.L.R. 890 considered. High Court [1989 No. 2602P] Sweeney v. Duggan Daniel Sweeney Plaintiff and Den......
  • Barclays Bank Plc and Others v British and Commonwealth Holdings Plc
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 28 July 1995
    ...concluded view upon the matter. 24The cases cited support the construction of s. 178(2) to which I have arrived. In McGahie v. Union of Shops, Distributive and Allied Workers [1966] S.L.T. 74 Lord Fraser considered a claim by a member of a trade union brought against the union for damages ......
  • Burns v Shuttlehurst Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 December 1999
    ...it is said that it does not matter whether the instant action is framed in contract, as it is, or in tort." 22 In McGahie v Union of Shop Distributive and Allied Workers 1966 SLT 74 Lord Fraser reached the same conclusion where the claim was against the plaintiff's trade union who had allow......
  • Neville Keith Howe (Appellant First Plaintiff) v Neville Keith Howe and Ronald Howe trading as W & J Howe (A Firm)(Second Plaintiff) David Brown Tractors (Rental) Ltd (Respondent Rustons Engineering Company Ltd (Third Party)
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 14 May 1991
    ...recovered heretofore, are only the measure of the damages now claimed". 24In McGahie v. Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (1966) S.L.T. 74 Lord Fraser was contemplating a similar provision in the relevant Scottish statute. At page 75 he said:— "There is, in my opinion, only one......
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