JP Morgan Chase Bank and others v Springwell Navigation Corporation: CA 2 Mar 2006

The parties disputed the attempt to strike out part of the defendant’s claim relating to shipping losses.
Buxton, Wall, Jonathan Parker LJJ
[2006] EWCA Civ 161
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
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The defendants appealed against an order striking out four paragraphs of its defence and counterclaim. . .
See AlsoJP Morgan Chase Bank and others v Springwell Navigation Corporation ComC 14-Mar-2005
The defendants had invested money through the claimants, but had suffered severe losses. The claimants sought a declaration that they had no liability for such losses. The defendants counterclaimed that the claimants were liable in negligence, . .

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The company alleged negligence by its financial advisers.
Held: Gloster J said that the absence of a written advisory agreement is a strong pointer against the existence of a free-standing duty of care to give investment advice.
Gloster . .
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See AlsoJP Morgan Chase Bank and others v Springwell Navigation Corp ComC 21-Nov-2008
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The court heard an application for leave to appeal against orders. . .
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The court was asked as to whether representations has been made.
Held: Aikens LJ referred to a provision stating ‘no representation or warranty, express or implied, is or will be made . . in or in relation to such documents or information’, . .

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