Category Archives: Delict

Donations obtained by misrepresentation

An interesting letter published in a recent edition of the New York Times was brought to my attention: “I’m on the art-museum board, so that is my preferred artistic donee. An acquaintance repeatedly called me for a donation to the … Continue reading

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Delictual liability for school pranks?

Scottish schoolkids can be a wild lot, at least at certain times of the year. So we discover from a new judgment of Lord Boyd in the Outer House of the Court of Session (see Gillie v Scottish Borders Council … Continue reading

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