The respondent, who had an office in London where the appellants design was registered, infringed on the appellants design forcing the appellant sell his products at reduced prices and eventually
The High Court awarded an excessively low amount as damages to the appellant for the libelous publication of the respondent on the ground that the parties were related.
The trial judge awarded the respondent the consideration he paid the appellant after the building had been done to a certain stage.
The respondent suffered injuries from the accident occasioned by the appellant but he was able to return to work and got promoted. He was awarded 3, 800 pounds as damages by the lower court.
The plaintiff/appellant had sued over the negligent driving of the defendant/respondent which has caused a collision of their motor vehicles.
The parties entered into a lease agreement for certain houses and executed a deed of lease which was not in the form prescribed by the registration of titles Act
The appellant contracted with the respondent to build a house for him and complete it in 20weeks. He failed to meet the deadline and the respondent brought action for damages.
The respondent sued for debt owned by the appellant for hire of vessels with interest.
The appellant sued the respondent for damages from the negligent driving of the latter.
The plaintiff paid for vehicles but the defendant failed to deliver them as a result of which it instituted action for damages for the market value of the vehicles.