W. T. Lamb & Sons v Rider

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Judgment Date1948
CourtCourt of Appeal
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    • Malaysia
    • Court of Appeal (Malaysia)
    • Invalid date
  • New Falmouth Resorts Ltd v James N. Phelan
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal (Jamaica)
    • 18 March 2005
    ...this point as there is a complaint that the debt represented by the Promissory note was statute barred by the Texan laws. W.J. 92 Lamb and Sons v Rider [1948] 2 KB 331 at 337 contains a passage which demonstrates that a discretion ought to have been exercised pursuant to section 594 of the......
  • National Westminster Bank Plc v Powney
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 6 October 1989
    ...(supra). 109 However, on 7th July 1949 another division of this court (Scott L.J. and Romer J.) delivered a reserved judgment in W.T. Lamb and Sons v. Rider [1948] 2 K.B. 331, the judgment of the court being again read by Scott L.J. In that case the court had to consider the terms of 0. 42,......
  • O'mara Constructions Pty Ltd v Avery
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • Invalid date
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  • The Importance Of Pursuing Debt Recovery Action And Enforcing Judgments Without Delay
    • Hong Kong
    • Mondaq Hong Kong
    • 11 November 2013
    ...time of its enactment, the English Parliament adopted the restricted meaning of "action" from the case of W. T. Lamb & Sons v. Rider [1948] 2 KB 331. Though the House of Lords in Lowsley v. Forbes [1999] 1 AC 329 held that W. T. Lamb was wrongly decided, the House of Lords nonetheless h......

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