Paterson v Chadwick

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Year1974
Date1974
CourtQueen's Bench Division
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23 cases
  • Campbell v O Donnell and Others
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 26 July 2005
    ... ... BUTTERWORTHS WORDS & PHRASES LEGALLY DEFINED 3ED 1988 "IN RESPECT OF" TRUSTEES EXECUTORS & AGENCY CO LTD v REILLY 1941 VLR 110 PATERSON v CHADWICK 1974 2 AER 772 R (GEOLOGISTICS LTD) v FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPANSATION SCHEME 2003 EWHC 629 PERSONAL INJURIES ASSESSMENT ... ...
  • Sweeney v Duggan
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 31 July 1991
    ...& 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 Denis Duggan Defendant Cases mentioned in this rep......
  • Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada v Pearson
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 17 April 1984
    ...Zealand Ltd. v. Gosselin(1922) 38 TLR 832 [C.A.].New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd. v. Thew TAX(1922) 8 T.C. 208.Paterson v. Chadwick WLRUNK[1974] 1 W.L.R. 890, [1974] 2 All E.R. 772.Rye & Eyre v. I.R. Commrs. ELRTAX[1935] A.C. 274, 19 T.C. 164.Stock v. Frank Jones (Tipton) Ltd. WLRUNK[1978] 1 W......
  • Tito v Waddell (No. 2); Tito v Attorney General; Ocean Island (No. 2)
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • Invalid date
    ...[1914] A.C. 932, H.L.(E.). Oriental Inland Steam Co., In re, Ex parte Scinde Railway Co. (1874) 9 Ch.App. 557. Paterson v. Chadwick [1974] 1 W.L.R. 890; [1974] 2 All E.R. 772. Peterson, In re [1909] 2 Ch. 398, C.A. Poole v. Attorney-General (1708) Park. 272. Poole Corporation v. Moody [1945......
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  • TAXATION OF EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal No. 1993, December 1993
    • 1 December 1993
    ...the two subject-matters to which the words refer.’ This statement has been approved by the English High Court in Paterson v. Chadwick[1974] 2 All E.R. 772 at p. 775. Boreham J. found the above statement to be helpful, since it provided an explanation, rather than a definition of the words ‘......

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