Source: All England Reporter
Publisher Citation: [2016] All ER (D) 07 (Feb)
Neutral Citation: [2016] EWHC 152 (QB)
Court: Queen's Bench Division
Judge:

HHJ Taylor

Representation Joshua Munro (instructed by Gowans) for JB.
  Philip Williams (instructed by Railton Law) for CCS and AC.
  Giles Mooney (instructed by Regulatory Legal Solicitors) for BC.
Judgment Dates: 28 January 2016

Catchwords

Contract - Condition - Breach - Effect - Claimant entering in to sub-contract with defendants - Claimant bringing action in conspiracy, deceit and breach of contract - Defendants counterclaiming for unpaid invoices - Whether evidence being fabricated - Whether sub-contract having been breached - Whether damages payable.

The Case

Contract Condition. The Queen's Bench Division, in a case in which the claimant was claiming damages for fraud, conspiracy, breach of contract held that there was insufficient evidence to support a case of deliberate fraud, conspiracy or deceit. However there had been a breach of contract for which damages were payable in the amount of any overcharging in the invoices.

Practice Areas

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