Simmers v Innes: OHCS 2 Feb 2007

The parties disputed whether an option to purchase land had been validly exercised after a dispute as to the means of valuing it.
Held: The option had been validly exercised.
Lord Kingarth And Lord Nimmo Smith And Lord Osborne
[2007] ScotCS CSIH – 12
See AlsoSimmers and Others, Re Petition for an Order ScS 4-Apr-2003
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See AlsoIn Petition of Arthur Simmers and others for an Order Under Sec 461 of the Companies Act 1985 In Respect of Scotpigs Limited SCS 24-Apr-2003
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See AlsoSimmers and others vInnes for an Order Under Section 461 of the Companies Act 1985 OHCS 17-Dec-2003
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See AlsoArthur William Simmers v James Grigor Innes OHCS 11-Jul-2005
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Cited by:
Appeal fromSimmers v Innes HL 16-Apr-2008
The House was asked whether an option to purchase certain land had been validly exercised. The farm assets had been transferred into a company in order to generate cash. Mr Simmers was apparently gven a right for five years to purchase the business. . .

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Updated: 01 October 2021; Ref: scu.252792