Clarke v Fennoscandia Limited Freakley, Phillips: OHCS 2 Dec 2004

The claimant had said that the defendants conspired to deny him the presidency of a company. He lost his case in the US, and the defendants chased him for costs. He asserted that the US judgment had been obtained by fraud. The defendants undertook not to seek furter enforcement of their costs.


Lord Clarke And Lord Menzies And Lord Justice Clerk


[2004] ScotCS 257, 2004 SC 197


Bailii, ScotC




See AlsoClarke v Fennoscandia Limited and others OHCS 23-Jul-2003
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See AlsoClarke v Fennoscandia Ltd and others SCS 10-Mar-2000
Outer House – application to recover costs on award by court in Delaware . .

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Appeal fromClarke v Fennoscandia Ltd and others (Scotland) HL 12-Dec-2007
After being awarded costs in proceedings in the US, the defendants chased the claimant for their costs in Scotland. He sought an interdict saying that the judgment had been obtained by fraud. The defendant had give an undertaking not to pursue the . .
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Scotland, Torts – Other

Updated: 27 June 2022; Ref: scu.220059