A judge of the High Court should respect (but is not bound to follow) a decision of another judge of the High Court, but must follow decisions of the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords.
Lord Goddard CJ
 KB 842
England and Wales
Cited – Land and others v the Executive Counsel of the Joint Disciplinary Scheme QBD 15-Oct-2002
The applicants were partners and staff in Ernst and Young. They sought a stay of disciplinary proceedings brought against them by the accountancy regulators pending resolution of the civil claim against them in respect of closely related issues . .
Cited – Willers v Gubay ChD 15-May-2015
The court was asked whether the tort of malicious prosecution of civil proceedings is known to English law.
Held: The Crawfod Adjusters case should not be followed: ‘If I am not bound by Gregory, then I see no reason for departing from the . .
These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 14 February 2021; Ref: scu.198153