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Yechiel v Kerry London Ltd (Comm) 12/2/10

A claim against insurance brokers for an alleged failure to notify insurers of the need to suspend a condition on a jewellery clause was dismissed because the letter of instruction was never sent and the documents produced to the court had been fabricated. ......

Yeo MP v Times Newspapers Limited [2014] EWHC 2853 (QB) - 20/08/14

Warby J considered an application for relief from sanctions where the claimant's solicitor had mistakenly served a notice of funding late. The defendant had been notified of the funding arrangement by letter prior to issue but the claimant's solicitor had failed to file and serve a notice o......

Yerolemou v The Law Society [2008] EWHC 682 (Admin) (11 March 2008)

Professional Conduct: It was inappropriate to strike a solicitor off the roll where he had failed to comply with undertakings to register charges on property on the behalf of mortgage lenders and his only previous misconduct had been an offence of incorrectly holding funds in an office account and ......

Yorkshire Electricity Distribution Plc v Telewest Ltd [2006] EWCA Civ 1418 (31 October 2006)

Under the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 s.82 if a statutory undertaker caused or required damage to apparatus belonging to another person in the course of street repairs, whoever it was that actually did the work that constituted the damage, the statutory undertaker had to pay for the making ......

Yorkshire Electricity Distribution Plc v Telewest Ltd [2006] EWCA Civ 1418 (31 October 2006)

Negligence test cases. In test cases for compensation brought by the claimant company against the defendant utility company for damage caused to the claimant's ducting, it was deemed necessary for the defendant to inform the claimant of the need to remove a section of its ducting so that the clai......

Younger v Molesworth & Anor [2006] EWHC 3088 (QB) (07 December 2006)

Nuisance. There was a real prospect that, if the evidence were accepted, the appellant could establish at trial that the respondent had been aware of the serious ingress of water into the appellant's property and that the respondent knew that his drainage system was not satisfactory to prevent a bu......

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