Misrepresentation and rescission

Misrepresentation arguments could be described in one of my favourite phrases, as the gift that never…

The wall

Sometimes in credit hire litigation a new and interesting point is raised, or a new riff…

On writing

I enjoy drafting documents, including credit hire agreements for use in credit hire contracts and wider…

A free lunch

Yesterday was handed down judgment in the case of Katherine Ann Irving v Morgan Sindall [2018]…

Keep it simple

Section 151 of the Road Traffic Act 1988, whilst a very useful provision for claimants is…

No insurance ? No MOT ? No problem in 2017?

The common law on the¬†doctrine of illegality as a defence to liability¬†in its various forms changed…

Illiterate clients, free cars, mistake and misrepresentation

Some credit hire claimants are unsophisticated clients. Under cross examination in the witness box, they will…

Third party liabilities and section 152 notices

One of the perennial bugbears of insurance companies is when to their horror, they find they…

No insurance ? No MOT ? No problem

From time to time, claimants in credit hire cases, are found to have been driving their…

Enforceability and measure of loss

The issue of the recoverability of credit hire charges returned to the House of Lords in…