Contract – Breach of contract. The claimant transferred 1,000 shares in a company incorporated in Jersey to the first defendant as part of a joint venture. He brought a claim contending that the first defendant had failed to pay him the agreed share price and, against the two defendants, for unlawful means conspiracy. The Chancery Division held that on the evidence, the claim against the first defendant for payment of the price of the shares succeeded. The claim for unlawful means conspiracy failed where the claimant had failed to establish that he had suffered any loss by reason of the matters complained of.