Limpus v The London General Omnibus Company: 1861

[1861] EngR 53, (1861) 2 F and F 640, (1861) 175 ER 1221
Commonlii
England and Wales
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  • See Also – Limpus v London General Omnibus Company CExC 23-Jun-1862
    Vicarious Liability – Act on Employers Business
    The driver of an omnibus, seeking to disturb the omnibus of another company, drove his own across the path of another. His employers had furnished him and other drivers with a card saying they ‘must not on any account race with or obstruct another . .
    (1862) 1 H and C 526, [1862] EngR 839, (1862) 158 ER 993

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Updated: 07 December 2020; Ref: scu.283813