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Jackson v. Royal Bank of Scotland

2005 UKHL 3 (2005)

tl;dr: Plaintiff imported dog chews from Thailand and sold them to a business partner with a markup that it did not inform it about. Defendant bank negligently sent an invoice revealing Plaintiff’s markups to the partner, who then canceled the contract.

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Facts:Plaintiff imported dog chews from Thailand and sold them to...

Holding:If no liability cut-off point is provided by the contract,...

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