Knight v Woore: 31 Jan 1837

Trespass. Justification under a right of way to carry water and goods. As to the water, verdict for Defendant ; to the goods, verdict for Plaintiff. Held, that Defendant had substantially succeeded, and was entitled to the general costs in the cause.
Held also, that he was entitled to the costs of a witness who spoke as to the water, notwithstanding he spoke also as to the goods.

[1837] EngR 466, (1837) 3 Bing NC 534, (1837) 132 ER 516
England and Wales

Torts – Other, Costs

Updated: 20 November 2021; Ref: scu.313583