Tool Metal Manufactuing Company Ltd v Tungsten Electric Company Ltd: HL 16 Jun 1955

The principle in Hughes v Metropolitan Railway could apply to a reduction by concession in payments due to a creditor and a concession could be terminated by giving reasonable notice.
Viscount Simonds, Lord Oaksey, Lord Reid, Lord Tucker, Lord Cohen
[1955] UKHL 5, [1955] 1 WLR 761, [1955] 2 All ER 657
Bailii
Patents and Designs Act 1938 38
England and Wales
Citing:
CitedHughes v Metropolitan Railway Co HL 1877
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CitedCollier v P and M J Wright (Holdings) Ltd CA 14-Dec-2007
Agreement for payment by joint debtor not contract
The claimant appealed against refusal of an order to set aside a statutory demand. He said that he had compromised a claim by the creditors. He argued for an extension to the Rule in Pinnel’s case, so that where a debtor agrees to pay part of a . .

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Updated: 01 February 2021; Ref: scu.248524