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Pure Fishing (UK) Ltd v Cooper Watkins and Bartle: CA 29 Sep 2003

The claimant sought a compensation payment under the Regulations after its sales agency for fishing tackle was terminated. The defendant argued that compensation was payable only where the agency was terminated before its term. Held: The regulations provided that compensation was payable also where the agency simply expired by effluxion. ‘termination having been given a … Continue reading Pure Fishing (UK) Ltd v Cooper Watkins and Bartle: CA 29 Sep 2003

Ingmar Gb Ltd v Eaton Leonard Technologies Inc: ECJ 16 Nov 2000

When a commercial agency was terminated in circumstances which under community law would entitle the agent to compensation, that compensation was payable even though the contract expressed itself to be governed by the law of California, and the principal was resident in California. The regime was a mandatory one for the protection of such agents, … Continue reading Ingmar Gb Ltd v Eaton Leonard Technologies Inc: ECJ 16 Nov 2000

Moore v Piretta Pta Ltd: QBD 11 May 1998

M had a series of agency contracts selling women’s clothing. The last contract was in 1994, and on termination, M claimed an indemnity under the contract which itself applied the regulations. Reg 17(3) gave an indemnity for new customers, where the principal continued to derive benefit. Held: The agency contract was to be interpreted to … Continue reading Moore v Piretta Pta Ltd: QBD 11 May 1998