Scott Paper Company v Drayton Paper Works Ltd

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1927
CourtChancery Division
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  • Re A Company (No 007466 of 2003); Company Number 1389920 v Registrar of Companies
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 19 January 2004
    ...in the course of the proceedings. They should, as it was expressed by Clauson J. in Scott Paper Co. v. Drayton Paper Works Ltd. (1927) 44 R.P.C. 151, 156, be encouraged fully and frankly to put their cards on the table… The public policy justification, in truth, essentially rests on the des......
  • AAG Investments Ltd v BAA Airports Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Commercial Court)
    • 9 November 2010
    ...in the course of the proceedings. They should, as it was expressed by Clauson J. in Scott Paper Co. v. Drayton Paper Works Ltd. (1927) 44 R.P.C. 151, 156, be encouraged fully and frankly to put their cards on the table… The public policy justification, in truth, essentially rests on the des......
  • Oceanbulk Shipping and Trading SA v TMT Asia Ltd and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Supreme Court
    • 27 October 2010
    ...reply) may be used to their prejudice in the course of the proceedings. They should, as it was expressed by Clauson J in Scott Paper Co v Drayton Paper Works Ltd (1927) 44 RPC 151, 156, be encouraged fully and frankly to put their cards on the table. … The public policy justification, in tr......
  • Lujo Properties Ltd Against Gruve Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Sheriff Court
    • 23 December 2022
    ...to one another in aid of reachin g a settlement (that is, “to put their cards on the table”: Scott Paper Co v Drayton Paper Works Ltd [1927] 44 RPC 151, 156) is very great and ought not to be sacrificed save in truly exceptional and needy circumstances (Savings & Investment Bank Ltd v Finck......
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