In re Salmon: Priest v Uppleby: 1889

A third party allegedly providing the defendant with an indemnity in respect of the plaintiff’s claim was only indirectly affected by the appeal of the plaintiff against the defendant. The third party would only be affected if the plaintiff succeeded against the defendant.


(1889) LR 42 ChD 351

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CitedAXA General Insurance Ltd and Others v Lord Advocate and Others SCS 8-Jan-2010
The claimant sought to challenge the validity of the 2009 Act by judicial review. The Act would make their insured and themselves liable to very substantial unanticipated claims for damages for pleural plaques which would not previousl or otherwise . .
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Updated: 02 May 2022; Ref: scu.393385