Can silence amount to “fully informed consent” to a claim for breach of fiduciary duty? – 11 Stone Buildings

Posted November 19th, 2013 in appeals, consent, fiduciary duty, news by sally

“Yes – in certain circumstances, according to the Court of Appeal in the recent case Sharma v Sharma [2013] EWCA Civ 1287. Jackson LJ (with whom McCombe and Floyd LJ agreed) reviewed the authorities on the defence of fully informed consent and laid down a framework of the applicable principles.”

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11 Stone Buildings, 31st October 2013