- Unreported Judgment
COURT OF APPEAL
Appeal No 1778 of 2003
TONY ALLEN JARDINEPlaintiff (The Respondent)
WINDSOR CRAIG SOLICITORS
(A Firm)Defendant (The Applicant)
THE PRESIDENT: This case raises an interesting and perhaps important matter, concerning the measure of damages and doubt has been raised as to the correctness of the Judge's decision, but that issue cannot be determined without a full record.
In the circumstances, it seems to be an appropriate case to grant the application for leave to appeal. The grounds of appeal to be argued, are to be limited to those contained in grounds 2A, D, E and F of the proposed notice of appeal, at A19 and A20 of the material before this Court.
The costs of this application are reserved.
- Published Case Name:
Jardine v Windsor Craig Solicitors (a firm)
- Shortened Case Name:
Jardine v Windsor Craig Solicitors
 QCA 168
McMurdo P, Williams JA, Holmes J
22 Apr 2003
No Litigation History