Bradlaugh v Clarke: HL 1883

The use of the word ‘like’ is apt to incorporate all the features of the principal subject.
Brett LJ
(1883) 8 App Cas 354, H L (E )
England and Wales
Appeal fromClarke v Bradlaugh CA 1881
The defendant had sat and voted in parliament without taking the statutory oath. The writ was issued on the same day. The defendant argued that since the writ was deemed to have been issued at the start of the day, the events on which the claim was . .

Cited by:
CitedBBC Enterprises Ltd v Hi-Tech Xtravision Ltd and Others CA 21-Dec-1989
The plaintiff sold television entertainment through subscriptions. The broadcasts were protected by encryption. The defendant sold equipment which could unscramble the broadcasts. They were sued under the section. At first instance, the claim was . .

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Updated: 09 September 2021; Ref: scu.181056

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