Source: All England Reporter
Publisher Citation: [2013] All ER (D) 29 (Jan)
Neutral Citation: [2012] EWHC 3452 (QB)
Court: Queen's Bench Division
Judge:

James Goudie QC sitting as a judge of the High Court

Representation R Higgans (instructed by Ronalssons LLP) for the claimant.
  J Segan (instructed by Forbes Andreson Free) for the defendant.
Judgment Dates: 30 October 2012

Catchwords

Contract - Breach - Damages - Parties agreeing orally regarding advertising champagne with third party - Third party failing to receive payment and bringing action against claimant - Claimant suing defendant in damages - Defendant denying existence of contract - Whether oral contract existing - Whether and to what extent claimant entitled to damages.

The Case

Contract Breach. There was an alleged agreement between the parties and for dressing of taxis with the defendant's advertising material.Disputes arose and TML sought payment from the claimant. The claimant sued the defendant for the monies allegedly owed and the defendant contended that there was no contract in place. The Queen's Bench Division held that there had been a valid oral contract in place and that the claimant was entitled to an amount of damages.

Practice Areas

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