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Simon Kilvington QC - Permission To Appeal Refused

22nd November 2018

The Defendants in the case of Heynike have been refused permission to appeal, so that both the liability and costs judgments stand. In refusing permission, the Court of Appeal described HHJ Curran QC's reasoning on the application of section 63(1) Factories Act 1961 to be ‘compelling.’ This important judgment extends the potential liability of a factory occupier.


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