Rousillon v Rousillon: ChD 23 Feb 1880

Fry J considered Copin v Adamson as authority for the view that the foreign court would have jurisdiction where the judgment debtor ‘has contracted to submit himself to the forum in which the judgment was obtained’.


Fry J


(1880) 14 Ch D 351, 1 De GJ and S 365, 46 ER 146, 33 LJCh 427, 8 LT 295, [1863] EngR 447




England and Wales

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CitedWhittington Hospital NHS Trust v XX SC 1-Apr-2020
A negligent delay in the diagnosis of her cancer left the clamant dependent on paid for surrogacy arrangements. Three issues were raised; could damages to fund surrogacy arrangements using the claimant’s own eggs be recovered? Second, if so, could . .
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Jurisdiction, Commercial

Updated: 11 October 2022; Ref: scu.565128