||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 25 (May)
|| EWHC 105 (Ch)
||Arfan Khan (instructed by C.T. Emezie Solicitors) for the claimant.
||Dan Sarooshi (instructed by Hugh Cartwright & Amin) for the defendant.
||30 January 2012
Constitutional law - Diplomatic privilege - Immunity from legal process - Domestic servants - Claimant chef and housekeeper commencing proceedings against defendant in relation to employment contract - Defendant asserting diplomatic immunity - Whether diplomatic immunity existing - Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, art 39(2).
Constitutional law Diplomatic privilege. The Chancery Division held that the defendant former deputy Head of Mission at the Ugandan High Commission did not have diplomatic immunity in respect of the claimant chef and housekeeper's claim under the .
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