O’Brien Homes Limited v Lane: 5 Feb 2004

The court at first instance had considered what to award by way of damages for breach of a restrictive covenant and set a sum of pounds 150,000 out of an anticipated profit of pounds 280,000.
Held: The calculation of the gross profit might be challenged, but not to such an extent as to suggest that the award was incorrect.
David Clarke J
[2004] EWHC 303 (QB)
Bailii
England and Wales
Cited by:
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Updated: 01 June 2021; Ref: scu.242396