Sim v Robinow

JurisdictionScotland
CourtCourt of Session (Inner House - First Division)
Date1892
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    ...law and Scots law may now be regarded as indistinguishable. It is proper therefore to regard the classic statement of Lord Kinnear in Sim v. Robinow 1892 19 R. 665 as expressing the principle now applicable in both jurisdictions. He said, at p. 668: "… the plea can never be sustained u......
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    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 19 November 1986
    ...law and Scots law may now be regarded as indistinguishable. It is proper therefore to regard the classic statement of Lord Kinnear in Sim v. Robinow 1892 19 R. 665 as expressing the principle now applicable in both jurisdictions. He said, at p. 668: "… the plea can never be sustained u......
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    • High Court (Singapore)
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