Fox v Hall

Tort – Harassment. The claimant brought a claim against the defendant under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997 (the 1997 Act) and under an agreement made in 2002. The Queen's Bench Division held that on the evidence, none of the individual allegations constituted harassment. Even if the court was to agglomerate them all together and to consider together all of those allegations which were capable as a matter of law of amounting to harassment, the court would still not be convinced that they demonstrated a course of conduct amounting to harassment so as to found civil liability.

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