Ahmed v Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: CA 1996

Where a defence had been filed to an action without a claim for state immunity having been made, it would have to be shown that the head of mission had submitted to the jurisdiction.


Peter Gibson LJ


[1996] ICR 25


State Immunity Act 1978


England and Wales

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CitedAziz v Republic of Yemen CA 17-Jun-2005
The claimant had made a claim for unfair dismissal. The defendant state had filed a defence instead of claiming state immunity. It then sought to assert such immunity. The claimant said the state had waived its immunity.
Held: Section 2(7) of . .
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Employment, Jurisdiction

Updated: 12 April 2022; Ref: scu.227913