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When is opinion evidence admissible?

Published on 31 October 2019. By Parham Kouchikali, Partner and Gill O'Regan, Senior Associate

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To be prima facie admissible in court, opinion evidence must be relevant and prepared by someone who would be qualified to give expert evidence. Only evidence which falls within CPR 35 will be subject to the attendant restrictions on admissibility contained in that rule (Gregory v Moore).

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Court of Appeal upholds wide exclusion clause

Published on 17 July 2018. By Tim Brown, Partner and Gill O'Regan, Senior Associate

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In its recent decision in Goodlife Foods Limited v Hall Fire Protection Limited ([2018] EWCA Civ 1371) the Court of Appeal held that a particularly broad exclusion clause in a contract relating to a fire suppression system was reasonable within the framework of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977.

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