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Damages For Breach Of Jurisdiction Agreement

September 16th, 2021

To do this, they rely on Turner v Grovit [2004] 2 Lloyds Rep. 169. That confidence is, however, inappropriate because turner was referring to injunctions against Grovit and no such injunction is invoked in the present case. The flaw of the interim measures against appeals is that they render ineffective the mechanisms provided for in the Regulation on Jurisdiction and the judgments relating to the management of alibi and related legal remedies. One of these mechanisms is provided for in Article 27, which obliges any court other than the court first seised to stay proceedings relating to the same plea. .

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