In this article Iain Quirk examines the decision of the Court of Appeal in Dinglis Management Ltd and another v Dinglis Properties Ltd, allowing the appellants’ appeal against a High Court decision that the first appellant company was liable to account as agent for the respondent company and that the second appellant was liable to account as a director of the respondent.
This article was first published in Lexis Nexis in February 2019
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