Sirdar Gurdyal Singh v Rajah of Faridkote

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
CourtPrivy Council
Judgment Date1894
Date1894
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  • United Malayan Banking Corp v Khoo Boo Hor
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 22 November 1995
    ...was no implied submission or agreement to submit to the jurisdiction of the original court.In Sirdar Gurdyal Singh v Rajah of Faridkote [1894] AC 670, at p 686, the Privy Council expressed the view that contractual submission to the jurisdiction of a foreign court `unless expressed, could n......
  • Doran v Minister for Finance
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 3 April 2001
    ...V E COMMES HOOLDING LTD 1998 IRLR 263 HILL & STAPLETONV REVENUE COMMISSIONERS 1998 IRLR 466 SEYMOUR-SMYTH 1999 IRLR 253 SIRDAR V FARIKDATE 1894 AC 670 TREATY OF ROME ART 177 ANTI-DISCRIMINATION (PAY) ACT 1974 S8(3) BRIDES V MIN FOR AGRICULTURE 1998 4 IR 250 ANTI-DISCRIMINATION (PAY) ACT 19......
  • Flightlease (Ireland) Ltd (in voluntary liquidation)
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 23 February 2012
    ...in the principle of territoriality as interpreted and applied by the English courts in the nineteenth century; see Rajah of Faridkote [1894] A.C. 670. This principle reflects the fact, one of the basic tenets of international law, that sovereign states have exclusive jurisdiction in their o......
  • New Hampshire Insurance Company v Strabag Bau Aktiengesellschaft
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 26 November 1991
    ...that a choice of jurisdiction, to be effective, must be express. It will not be implied. This has been the law since Sirdar Gurdyal Singh v. The Rajah of Faridkote [1894] A.C. 670. In that case the Privy Council said, with regard to Blackburn J.'s judgment in Schibsby v. Westenholz L.R. 6 ......
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  • The Fundamentals Of A Civil Asset Recovery Action - Part 1
    • British Virgin Islands
    • Mondaq Virgin Islands
    • 27 August 2008
    ...the conflict of laws. "All jurisdiction is properly territorial," declared Lord Selborne [in Sirdar Gurdyal Singh v. Rajah of Faridkote [1894] A.C. 670, 683-684 (P.C.)], extra territorium jus dicenti, impune non paretur...In a personal action, ...a decree in absentem by a foreign court, to ......
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