Odyssey Re (London) Ltd and Another (Claimants/Appellants) v Oic Run-off Ltd (Formerly Orion Insurance Company Plc)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date13 March 2000
Judgment citation (vLex)[2000] EWCA Civ J0313-1
Docket NumberQBCMF 99/0512/A3
CourtCourt of Appeal (Civil Division)
Date13 March 2000
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7 cases
  • Douglas v Hello! Ltd (No.3)
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 27 January 2003
    ...could not be attributed to the Hello! Defendants. The only authority dealing with false evidence to which I was referred is Odyssey Re (London) Ltd v OIC Run-Off Ltd (Times Law Reports for 17th March 2000). In that case the claimants sued for an order to set aside an earlier judgment on the......
  • Royal Bank of Scotland Plc v Highland Financial Partners LP
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 12 April 2013
    ... ... (Odyssey (London) Ltd v OIC Run-Off Ltd (Odyssey), Re ( ... Sphere Drake Insurance plc v Orion Insurance Co plc ( unreported, 11 ... servicer”) is an English registered company. It has taken no active part in the English ... the English courts (or any other court of another member state of the EU or a contracting state of ... ...
  • Fidelity Advisor Series VIII and Others v APP China Group Ltd
    • Bermuda
    • Supreme Court (Bermuda)
    • 25 May 2007
    ...PoliceELR [1982] AC 529 Boswell v Coaks (1894) R 167 Boodsingh v RamnaraceUNK [2003] UKPC 50 Odyssey Re London Ltd v OIC Run-OffUNK [2001] 1 Lloyd's Rep IR 1 Meridian Global Funds Management Asia Ltd v Securities CommissionELR [1995] 2 AC 500 Beddo v Cayzer [2006] EWCA 557 El Ajou v Dollar ......
  • Cinpres Gas Injection Ltd v Melea Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 24 January 2008
    ...c) Accordingly the perjured evidence of Hendry was not to be attributed to Ladney. d) As a matter of law, based on the authority of Odyssey v. OIC Run-Off [2000] EWCA Civ 71, Cinpres' claim to the patent must fail by operation of the doctrine of res judicata. Odyssey decided that although t......
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