Ultzen v Nicols

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtDivisional Court
Date1894
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4 cases
  • Mervyn Linton v Donald Haynes and Samuel Facey
    • Guyana
    • Court of Appeal
    • Invalid date
  • Morris v C. W. Martin & Sons Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 19 May 1965
    ...I visit a friend's house and leave my coat with his servant in the hall, so that by friend becomes a gratuitous bailee of it, see Ultzer v. Nicola, 1894, 1 Queen's Bench, p. 92. On my departure, I find my coat has gone. The servant who was entrusted with it has stolen it without my friend'......
  • Reaper v Vrsecky (Trustee), in the matter of Reaper
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • 29 April 2019
    ...and thereby constitute it a bailee: Pollock and Wright, Possession in the Common Law (1888) Clarendon Press at 57, 163; Ultzen v Nicols [1894] 1 QB 92; Morris v CW Martin & Sons Ltd [1966] 1 QB 716 at 725. Thirdly, a bailee with duties analogous to those of a bailee for reward, is liable if......
  • Netta Patricia Danchevsky (Plaintiff) v Bohdan Danchevsky
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 10 November 1977
    ...Justice Roxburgh in the case of Alliance Building Society v. Austen (1951) 2 Times Law Reports 1231 following Lacon v. De Groat (1893) 10 Times law Reports 25. But it is unnecessary to go into that second point; because the first point is sufficient for the case. A man cannot be punished tw......

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