Sheldon and Others v R H Outhwaite (Underwriting Agencies) Ltd and Others: CA 1 Jul 1994

Concealment by Defendant after the event does not stop time running against Plaintiff.
Times 01-Jul-1994, Independent 08-Jul-1994
Limitation Act 1980 32(1)(b)
England and Wales
Citing:
Appeal fromSheldon and Others v R H M Outhwaite (Underwriting Agencies) Ltd QBD 8-Dec-1993
Deliberate concealment could prevent the limitation period from running. . .

Cited by:
Appeal fromSheldon and Others v R H M Outhwaite (Underwriting Agencies) Ltd and Others HL 5-May-1995
The limitation period did not run whilst relevant facts were deliberately concealed after the damage had been concealed. Section 32 could apply where the concealment of the relevant fact took place after the event as well as at the time of it. The . .
Appealed toSheldon and Others v R H M Outhwaite (Underwriting Agencies) Ltd QBD 8-Dec-1993
Deliberate concealment could prevent the limitation period from running. . .

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