Belgian Grain and Produce Co Ltd v Cox and Co (France) Ltd: CA 1919

Although the Court had jurisdiction, ‘it ought to be exercised with great caution, which indicates that there must be something exceptional in the facts to justify the making of the order’.

Bankes, LJ Warrington and Scrutton, Ljj
[1919] WN 317
England and Wales
Cited by:
ApprovedNykredit Mortgage Bank Plc v Edward Erdman Group Ltd (No 2) HL 27-Nov-1997
A surveyor’s negligent valuation had led to the plaintiff obtaining what turned out to be inadequate security for his loan. A cause of action against a valuer for his negligent valuation arises when a relevant and measurable loss is first recorded. . .

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Commonwealth, Costs

Updated: 29 November 2021; Ref: scu.181342