Kuwait Oil Tanker Company Sak; Sitka Shipping Incorporated v Al Bader;Qabazard; Stafford and H Clarkson and Company Limited; Mccoy; Kuwait Petroleum Corporation and Others: CA 28 May 1999

The defendants having been found to have acted dishonestly to the tune of pounds 130,000,000 sought a stay of execution pending an appeal. The judge had found that the appeal was arguable.
[1999] EWCA Civ 1528
England and Wales
Citing:
CitedArab Monetary Fund v Hashim and Others (Number 9) ChD 29-Jul-1994
There were two foreign defendants who were each liable to the plaintiff.
Held: The English court had jurisdiction to allocate the damages between them. Execution should not be stayed because the plaintiff should be allowed to retain the . .
See AlsoKuwait Oil Tanker Co SAK and Another v Al Bader and Others (No 2) ComC 19-Dec-1995
ComC Leave to serve writ outside jurisdiction under RSC Ord 11 r1(1)(c) – whether required to serve on another defendant before leave obtained – retrospective validation . .
See AlsoKuwait Oil Tanker Company S A K ; Sitka Shipping Incorporated v Al Bader; Qabazard and Stafford CA 24-Mar-1997
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Cited by:
See AlsoKuwait Oil Tanker Company SAK and Another v Al Bader and Others CA 18-May-2000
The differences between tortious conspiracies where the underlying acts were either themselves unlawful or not, did not require that the conspiracy claim be merged in the underlying acts where those acts were tortious. A civil conspiracy to injure . .
CitedKuwait Oil Tanker Company Sak and Another v Al Bader and others ComC 17-Oct-2008
The claimants had succeeded in an action based on fraud, and now sought to enforce their judgment. . .

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Updated: 07 June 2021; Ref: scu.146443