Chamberlain v Boodle and King: 1982

A second solicitor’s bill was not susceptible to taxation because it related to what was in effect one continuous matter for which a bill had already been taxed.


Lord Denning MR


[1982] 3 All ER 188


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedAaron v Okoye CA 15-Jan-1998
The plaintiff solicitor had acted for the respondent barrister in legal proceedings. The respondent was unhappy with work done on her behalf by counsel instructed by the plaintiff, and declined to pay. The solicitor taxed his bill excluding . .
CitedAaron v Okoye CA 19-Mar-1997
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Costs, Legal Professions

Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.183327