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    Bailee in Possession & Credit Hire

    It is quite common for a person driving someone else's vehicle to be involved in a road traffic accident. Obvious examples ...

    Credit Hire & Illegality

    In almost every credit hire case, the defence will plead “ex turpi causa non oritur action”. This translates into English as ...

    An Update on Majid Ali v HSF Logistics Polska SP Zoo ([2023] EWHC 2159 (KB))

    This was a high court case in which judgment was given on the 29th of August 2023. It is a binding court decision. The case ...

    The Implications of Humayum Hussain v Eui Ltd

    Claims for credit hire for taxi drivers has always been a contentious issue between claimant solicitors and insurance ...

    Does Mehmood v AIG Europe Ltd and Simpson [2023] EW Misc 1 (CC) make any difference to taxi credit hire claims?

    I would not normally write an article on a non-binding credit hire decision but I will make an exception in the case of ...

    The Implications of Copley v Lawn

    Julia Copley v Kenneth Lawn Ian Maden v D. Haller [2009] EWCA Civ 580 (thereafter referred to as “Copley v Lawn”) was a ...