Mbasogo, President of the State of Equatorial Guinea and others v Logo Ltd and others: QBD 21 Sep 2005

The court was asked whether a crime, which was not an actionable tort, constituted unlawful means for the purposes of the tort of conspiracy to injure by unlawful means.
Davis J
[2005] EWHC 2034 (QB)
Bailii
Citing:
CitedStephens v Myers CCP 17-Jul-1830
Assault by Words Requires Means to Carry Out
In a turbulent parish council meeting, the meeting voted to have the defendant ejected. He refused, and advanced toward the chairman waving his clenched fist and saying he would rather throw him from the chair. He was stopped before getting within . .

Cited by:
CitedMeretz Investments Nv and Another v ACP Ltd and others ChD 30-Jan-2006
The applicant challenged the exercise of a power of sale under a mortgage, saying that the mortgagee’s purposes included purposes not those under the mortgage. The parties had been involved in an attempted development of a penthouse.
Held: The . .
See AlsoMbasogo and Another v Logo Ltd and others CA 5-Apr-2006
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Appeal fromMbasogo, President of the State of Equatorial Guinea and Another v Logo Ltd and others CA 23-Oct-2006
mbasogo_logoCA2006
The claimant alleged a conspiracy by the defendants for his overthrow by means of a private coup d’etat. The defendants denied that the court had jurisdiction. The claimants appealed dismissal of their claim to damages.
Held: The claims were . .
CitedDigicel (St Lucia) Ltd and Others v Cable and Wireless Plc and Others ChD 15-Apr-2010
The claimants alleged breaches of legislation by members of the group of companies named as defendants giving rise to claims in conspiracy to injure by unlawful means. In effect they had been denied the opportunity to make interconnections with . .

These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 25 January 2021; Ref: scu.230395