Sara & Hossein Asset Holdings Ltd v Blacks Outdoor Retail Ltd

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
JudgeLord Hamblen,Lord Hodge,Lord Kitchin,Lord Sales,Lord Briggs
Judgment Date18 January 2023
Neutral Citation[2023] UKSC 2
CourtSupreme Court
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6 cases
  • Richard Slade and Company Ltd v Guinevere Holdings Ltd (a company incorporated in the Territory of the British Virgin Islands
    • United Kingdom
    • King's Bench Division (Commercial Court)
    • 28 July 2023
    ...for the Claimants to the very recent statements by Lord Hamblen JSC in Sara & Hossein Asset Holdings Ltd v Blacks Outdoor Retail Ltd [2023] UKSC 2, [2023] 1 WLR 575 at [29]: “ (1) The contract must be interpreted objectively by asking what a reasonable person, with all the background know......
  • Farol Holdings Ltd v Clydesdale Bank Plc
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 19 March 2024
    ...opportunity to intervene or complain. 165 The claimants also referred me to Sara & Hossein Asset Holdings Ltd v Blacks Outdoor Retail Ltd [2023] UKSC 2; [2023] 1 WLR 575. In that case, under the terms of a lease the tenant was obliged to pay the landlord such sum as the landlord certified......
  • Palmat NV v Bluequest Resources AG
    • United Kingdom
    • King's Bench Division (Commercial Court)
    • 7 December 2023
    ...15, the earlier cases he refers to in that paragraph and, most recently, Sara & Hossein Holdings Ltd v Blacks Outdoor Retail Ltd [2023] UKSC 2; [2023] 1 WLR 575 per Lord Hamblen JSC at [29(1)]; ii) In carrying out this exercise, it is necessary to consider the contract as a whole since it......
  • Hikari Miso (UK) Ltd v David Knibbs
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 5 June 2023
    ...parties, the authorities need not be cited in detail. The Supreme Court in Sara & Hossein Asset Holdings Ltd v Blacks Outdoor Retail Ltd [2023] UKSC 2, at [29], confirms that the relevant principles of interpretation are authoritatively set out by Lord Hodge in Wood v Capita Insurance Serv......
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