Witted v Galbraith

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtQueen's Bench Division
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7 cases
  • Ross v Eason & Son Ltd
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 27 February 1911
    ... ... Galbraith (11). The action against Eason & Son was a clear afterthought, and was only instituted when the plaintiff‘s solicitor received the letter of 6th ... introduced merely for the purpose of bringing the other defendants within the juristion—a judgment which is fully supported by the case of Witted v. Galbraith (3) referred to during the argument. I do not express any opinion on the question whether if an action had been properly brought against ... ...
  • McCarthy v Pillay
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 24 March 2003
    ...the forum conveniens. Citations: RSC O.11 r2 RSC O.11 r5 RSC O.11 r1(H) RSC O.11 WADDELL V NORTLAND & ANOR 1966 NI 85 WITTED V GALBRAITH 1893 1 QB 431 ANALOG DEVICES DV V ZURICH INSURANCE CO 2002 1 IR 272 SHORTT V IRELAND 1996 2 IR 188 RSC O.11 r11 TROMSO SPAREBANK V BYRNE UNREP SUPREME......
  • Tyne Improvement Commissioners v Armement Anversois S/A (The Brabo)
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 19 January 1949
    ...an application to issue a writ against persons without the jurisdiction, leave will not be granted. Flower v. Rose, 7 T.L.R. 280 and Witted v. Galbraith [1893] 1 Q.B. 577, are illustrations of this 24But there are cases where there is a genuine and substantial doubt whether the parties wit......
  • Multinational Gas and Petrochemical Company v Multinational Gas and Petrochemical Services Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 16 February 1983
    ...rule 1(g)—now 1 (1) (j)—of Order 11 applies". Lord Justice Lopes also agreed on the same basis as Lord Esher. 38The next case was Witted v. Galbraith [1893] 1 QB 577. That was an action brought to recover damages for the death of the plaintiff's husband under the Fatal Accidents Act. He ha......
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