Davidson v Tullock: 1860

In a case framed in deceit the measure of damages involved ascertainment of the ‘real’ or ‘face’ value of the shares at the time of allotment or purchase.


(1860) 36 LT 97


England and Wales

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CitedSmith New Court Securities Ltd v Scrimgeour Vickers HL 21-Nov-1996
The defendant had made misrepresentations, inducing the claimant to enter into share transactions which he would not otherwise have entered into, and which lost money.
Held: A deceitful wrongdoer is properly liable for all actual damage . .
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Updated: 26 November 2022; Ref: scu.191184