Kelly v Cooper and Cooper Trading As Cooper Associates (A Firm) Co: PC 19 Oct 1992

Bermuda – The fiduciary obligations imposed on an agent will depend on the express and implied terms of the contract. Although an agent is, in the absence of contractual provision, in breach of his fiduciary duties if he acts for another who is in competition with his principal, if the contract under which he is acting authorises him so to do, the normal fiduciary duties are modified accordingly
[1993] AC 205, [1992] UKPC 30, [1992] 3 WLR 936, [1993] ANZ Conv R 138
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CitedAIB Group (UK) Plc v Mark Redler and Co Solicitors SC 5-Nov-2014
Bank not to recover more than its losses
The court was asked as to the remedy available to the appellant bank against the respondent, a firm of solicitors, for breach of the solicitors’ custodial duties in respect of money entrusted to them for the purpose of completing a loan which was to . .

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Updated: 15 March 2021; Ref: scu.442494