Uzinterimpex JSC v Standard Bank plc – Times Law Reports

Uzinterimpex JSC v Standard Bank plc

Court of Appeal

“In a claim in conversion for wrongful interference with goods, the claimant’s failure to mitigate the loss was a new intervening cause, breaking the link between the original wrongdoing and and the continuing loss, which released the wrongdoer from liability for subsequent loss after that failure.”

The Times, 12th August 2008

Source: www.timesonline.co.uk

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