Re H (Stateless Person)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal (Civil Division)
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4 cases
  • Go Go Delicacy Pte Ltd v Carona Holdings Pte Ltd and Others
    • Singapore
    • Court of Appeal (Singapore)
    • 31 Julio 2008
    ...SLR 382 (folld) Sanwell Corp v Trans Resources Corp Sdn Bhd [2002] 2 MLJ 625 (refd) Skopos Design Group Ltd v Homelife Nursing LtdThe Times (24 March 1988) (refd) Smith & Co v British Marine Mutual Insurance Association [1883] WN 176 (refd) S P Chua Pte Ltd v Lee Kim Tah (Pte) Ltd [1993] 1 ......
  • Wright v Bank of Nova Scotia Jamaica Ltd
    • Jamaica
    • Supreme Court (Jamaica)
    • 28 Julio 1994
    ...the Defendant has acted similarly. 30 In ( Skopos Design Group Ltd. (trading as Anker Contract Carpets) v. Homelife Nursing Ltd. The Times, March 24, 1988) May, L.J., giving the first judgment in the English Court of Appeal said: A… although some of the authorities were difficult to reconci......
  • Bawtry Timber Company Ltd v Durham County Council
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 13 Marzo 1990
    ...Skopos Design Group Ltd. (trading as Anker Contract Carpets) v. Homelife Nursing Ltd., reported only, so far as we are aware, in The Times of 24th March 1988, and Lord Justice May, giving the leading judgment, said this: "The test was whether the defendant had impliedly affirmed the institu......
  • China Trade-omni Development Centre Limited And Others v Ramada International Inc. And Another
    • Hong Kong
    • High Court (Hong Kong)
    • 19 Diciembre 1988
    ...that on the facts it ought not to be so regarded in that case. 15. Likewise in Skopos Design Group Ltd. v. Homelife Nursing Ltd. [The Times, March 24 1988] May, L. J. is quoted as saying "Second, although some of the authorities were difficult to reconcile, in each case an objective approac......
1 books & journal articles
  • Regulating Religious Function: The Strange Case of Mass Cards
    • Ireland
    • Hibernian Law Journal No. 9-2010, January 2010
    • 1 Enero 2010
    ...time. However, it was stated in McNally that “ there was, and is no identified 24 In The People (DPP) v Draper (1988) The Irish Times , (24 March 1988), the Court of Criminal Appeal dismissed an appeal against the conviction of a man on a charge of malicious damage to two statues (he believ......

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