Monthly Archives: April 2011

Establishing agency: Rodewald v Taylor [2010] CSOH 05

The way in which agency is established in Scots law is an issue lacking clarity.  Lord Bannatyne’s decision in the case of Rodewald v Taylor, 18 Jan 2011, [2010] CSOH 05, available at http://www.scotcourts.gov.uk/opinions/2011CSOH5.html, provides some interesting food for thought … Continue reading

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An Agent’s Disclosure of a Breach of Duty and Informed Consent: Park’s of Hamilton’s (Holdings) Ltd. v Campbell [2011] CSOH 38; 2011 G.W.D. 8-196

Like the old case of Allen v Hyatt (1914) 30 TLR 444, the recent case of Park's of Hamilton's (Holdings) Ltd. v Campbell [2011] CSOH 38; 2011 G.W.D. 8-196 is one of those unusual cases where it was held that … Continue reading

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