Pople v Evans: ChD 1969

The court discussed the doctrine of res judicata: ‘ . . the title relied on to establish such privity must arise after the judgment on which the res judicata is based, or at any rate after the commencement of the proceedings in which that judgment was made’ But he immediately continued ‘and such title as Mrs Pople might have here arose before relevant proceedings were commenced.’


Ungoed-Thomas J


[1969] 2 Ch 255


England and Wales

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CitedWiltshire v Powell and others CA 7-May-2004
The claimant sought a declaration as to the ownership of an aircraft. Saying he had bought it in good faith from E H and S, who in turn similarly claimed to have bought it from Ebbs. The defendant had obtained a judgment that he was owner as against . .
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Updated: 28 June 2022; Ref: scu.198731