||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 07 (Feb)
|| EWHC 152 (QB)
||Queen's Bench Division
||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.
||28 January 2016
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.
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.
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