Navarro v Moregrand Ltd: 1951

The vicarious liability of an employer does not depend upon the employee’s authority to do the particular act which constitutes the wrong. It is sufficient if the employee is authorised to do acts of the kind in question.
References: [1951] 2 TLR 674
Judges: Dnning LJ
This case is cited by:

  • Cited – Dubai Aluminium Company Limited v Salaam and Others HL 5-Dec-2002
    A solicitor had been alleged to have dishonestly, having assisted in a fraudulent breach of trust by drafting certain documents. Contributions to the damages were sought from his partners.
    Held: The acts complained of were so close to the . .
    (, Times 06-Dec-02, , [2003] 1 Lloyd’s Rep 65, [2002] UKHL 48, [2002] 3 WLR 1913, [2003] 2 AC 366, [2003] 1 All ER 97, [2003] 2 All ER (Comm) 451, [2003] 1 LLR 65, [2003] 1 BCLC 32, [2003] IRLR 608, [2003] 1 CLC 1020, [2003] WTLR 163)

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Last Update: 27 November 2020; Ref: scu.193890