Under a share purchase agreement, ‘notice of the claim had to be made in writing ‘specifying such details of the event or circumstances giving rise to such claim as are available to the investor and an estimate (if capable of preparation by the investor) of the total amount of the warrantor’s liabilities therefor claimed.’
Lord Justice Peter Gibson
 EWCA Civ 1368
England and Wales
Appeal from – Bottin (International) Investments Limited v Venson Group Plc Grant Scriven Clive Lawson Smith ChD 3-Feb-2004
Cited – Thomas Witter v TBP Industries Ltd ChD 15-Jul-1994
An award of damages for misrepresentation required that there had at some time been a right of rescission, not necessarily a continuing right to rescind.
An acknowledgement of non-reliance clause has become a common part of modern commercial . .
Cited – Forrest and others v Glasser and Another CA 31-Jul-2006
The claimants appealed a preliminary decision against them as to whether they had correctly served a sufficient notice of their intention to make a claim in a commercial investment syndicate agreement.
Held: The claimants’ solicitor had . .
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Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.218851