Dawson v Bell

Contract – Intimidation. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, dismissed the claimant's appeal in respect of disputes that had arisen after he had sold, to the claimant, his shares in the company of which they had been directors. The claimant had not been intimidated into selling his shares, there had been nothing unfair or prejudicial in the judge's conduct of the case and the claimant's claim for a contribution to the sums that he owed the company failed as the sums that he had misappropriated had been for his exclusive benefit.

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