Regina v The Postmaster General: 1876

Blackburn J said: ‘If a man gives his services, whatever consideration he gets for giving his services seems to me to be a remuneration for them. Consequently, I think if a person was in receipt of a payment or in the receipt of a percentage, or any kind of payment which would not be an actual money payment, the amount he would receive annually in respect of this would be ‘remuneration’ . . ‘


Blackburn J


(1876) 1 QBD 858

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CitedCurrencies Direct Limited v Ellis CA 31-May-2002
The claimant company appealed against an order declining to order repayment of sums they claimed to be due from the defendant, a former director of the company. They said the payments were repayable loans, and he said that they had been been . .
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Updated: 11 May 2022; Ref: scu.552726