Bell v University of Auckland

JurisdictionNew Zealand
CourtSupreme Court
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6 cases
  • Thomas v University of Bradford
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 30 October 1985
    ...will interfere". 34 We were also referred to some more modern cases which I should mention. 35 In Bell v. University of Auckland (1969) N.Z.L.R. 1029 the question of the Visitor's jurisdiction in relation to contracts was not resolved. The Judge merely decided that the Statement of Cla......
  • Specialized Bicycle Components Inc. v Sheppard Industries Ltd and Anor Hc Ak
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 19 November 2010
    ...Beav. 111 . 14Cutts v Head [1984] 2 WLR 349. 15 At 361, line C. 16 At 2445, line C. 17 At 2449, line E. 18Bell v University of Auckland [1969] NZLR 1029. 19David Instance v Denny Bros Printing Limited 2000 FSR 20Brown v Rice and Anor [2007] EWHC 625 (Ch). 21 Page 73. ...
  • Tom Ryan Cartage Limited v W Stevenson & Sons
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 29 March 2011
    ...1 Compagnie Financiere et Commerciale du Pacifique v Peruvian Guano (1882) 11 QBD 55 (CA) at [53]. 2 Bell v University of Auckland [1969] NZLR 1029 (SC) at AMP Society v Architectural Windows Ltd [1986] 2 NZLR 190 (HC) at 202. [19] Relevance is to be determined by reference to the issues in......
  • Whk (nz) Limited and Anor v Retail Media Limited (in Rec & Liq) and ORS
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • 17 December 2009 were not in dispute and for that reason the documents were irrelevant. He submitted, relying on Bell v University of Auckland [1969] NZLR 1029 at 1034, that only documents relating to an issue actually in question in the action were discoverable, and documents relating to non-content......
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