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    The Implications of Vamsi Putta v Royal Sun Alliance PLC [2020] EWCH 117

    The case of Vamsi Putta and Royal Sun Alliance Plc [2020] EWCH 117 ( “Putta”) is a case which is often cited in defences. ...

    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 ...

    How does a hire agreement become regulated under the Consumer Credit Act 1974?

    The question of “How does a hire agreement become regulated under the Consumer Credit Act 1974” may appear to be simple. It ...

    Transparency, Accountability, Clarity, Justice and Efficiency: Suggested Changes to Credit Hire

    The so-called credit hire “wars” have been raging for over two decades now. Like most wars, it has simply led to mistrust, ...

    Does Dimond v Lovell Need to be Revisited?

    It’s been well over 20 years since the well-known case of Dimond v Lovell [2000] 2 All ER 897. However, in the light of the ...

    Courtesy Cars & Credit Hire

    The issue of courtesy cars and credit hire often comes to light in court cases. This is the typical scenario: the claimant ...

    The Implications of Bunting v Zurich [2020] EWHC 1807 (QB)

    There is yet another case on credit hire. Sometimes great interest is taken even in county court cases, and here we have a ...