OBG v Allan (Mainstream Properties v Young)

30 Nov 2008

A third party who funded directors of a development company who, in breach of fiduciary duty, appropriated a development opportunity for themselves, was not guilty of the tort of inducing a breach of contract because his, subjective, intention was not to bring about that end.

John de Waal acted for the appellant (Respondent in the House of Lords).


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