Brocket Hall (Jersey) Limited v Kruger and Barry

Chattel – Delivery up. The claimant company was, in respect of certain chattel fixtures, as with other chattels, liable in damages, at the rates which would have been payable under the relevant licences, pending any delivery up. The Chancery Division so ruled, among other things, in a counterclaim by which the defendants sought arrears of licence fees and damages in respect of a considerable quantity of valuable chattels and fixtures, relating to the historic contents of a stately home, which had been licensed to the claimant under a number of licence agreements.

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