Yarmouth v France

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal
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21 cases
  • Munby v Furlong
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 25 January 1977
    ... ... is virtually determined in this court by the decision of three members of the Court of Appeal sitting as a Divisional Court in the case of Yarmouth v. France (1887) 19' Queen's Bench Division 647 ... That was case under the Employers' liability Act 1980, and the court held that a horse was plant ... ...
  • Hinton (Inspector of Taxes) v Maden & Ireland Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 16 July 1959
    ...or less extensive meaning according to its context. As a general statement of its meaning I would adopt the words of Lindley, L.J. in Yarmouth v. France, 19 Q.B.D. 647 at p. 658: "in its ordinary sense, it includes whatever apparatus is used by a business man for carrying on his business,—n......
  • Jarrold v John Good & Sons Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 7 December 1962
    ...decisions relating to it from time to time, arising not only on the Income Tax Acts, but on other Statutes. There is, first of all, Yarmouth v. France, 19 Queen's Bench Division, page 647. The facts of that case are not material. They concerned the question whether a horse could be regarded......
  • O'Grady (Inspector of Taxes) v Roscommon Race Course Committee
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 26 March 1996
    ... ... COOKE V BEACH STATION CARAVANS LTD 49 TC 514 O SRIANAIN (INSPECTOR OF TAXES) V LAKEVIEW LTD UNREP MURPHY 8.10.84 1984/8/2656 YARMOUTH V FRANCE 1887 19 QBD 647 Synopsis: REVENUE Income tax Assessment - Profits - Computation - Expenses - Deduction - Allowances ... ...
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