Nutton v Wilson: 1889

Lindley LJ spoke of a statue intended to prevent civil servants dling on behalf of their employers with companies in which they had an interest: ‘The object obviously was to prevent the conflict between interest and duty that might otherwise inevitably arise’.


Lindley LJ


(1889) 22 QBD 744

Cited by:

CitedWheatley and Another v The Commissioner of Police of the British Virgin Islands PC 4-May-2006
(The British Virgin Islands) The defendants appealed against convictions for theft and misconduct. Being civil servants they had entered in to contract with companies in which they had interests. . .
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Crime, Administrative

Updated: 07 May 2022; Ref: scu.241542