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ASHLEY CUKIER: MISFEASANCE IN PUBLIC OFFICE - GET YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER BEFORE SCALING THE HIGH BAR

Ashley Cukier discusses the recent case of Sandhu v Revenue and Customs Commissioners [2017] EWHC 60 (QB), where the High Court provided a useful reminder to prospective claimants seeking damages for misfeasance in public office: there is a high bar against which such claims will be tested, and a failure to particularise such claims will most likely prove fatal.

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Posted: 02.02.2017 at 15:39
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