Bayer v Winter: CA 1986

Fox LJ said: ‘Bearing in mind we are exercising a jurisdiction which is statutory, and which is expressed in terms of considerable width, it seems to me that the court should not shrink if it is of the opinion that an injunction is necessary for the proper protection of a party to the action, from granting relief, notwithstanding it may, in its terms, be of a novel character.’
Fox LJ
[1986] 1 WLR 497

Senior Courts Act 1981 37(1)
England and Wales
CitedSmith v Peters ChD 24-Jun-1875
Where an agreement has been entered into for the sale of a house at a fixed price, and of the fixtures and furniture therein at a valuation by a person named by both parties, and he undertakes the valuation, but if refused permission by the vendor . .

Cited by:
CitedXX and Others v YY and Others ChD 2-Jul-2021
The first defendant applies for an order that the claimants are not entitled to pursue legal action against his lawyers in respect of funds over which the claimants claim a proprietary interest and paid to the first defendant’s lawyers as legal fees . .

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Updated: 30 October 2021; Ref: scu.668764