McCabe v Bank of Ireland

CourtHouse of Lords (Ireland)
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8 cases
  • Hines v Birkbeck College (No. 2)
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 17 June 1991
    ...judge included Morton v. Palmer (1882) 9 Q.B.D. 89, Martin v. Earl Beauchamp (1883) 25 Ch.D. 12, Re Wickham (1887) 35 Ch.D. 272 and M'Cabe v. Bank of Ireland (1889) 14 A.C. 413. The second and fourth of these were cases where the plaintiff, having failed in one action, brought a second acti......
  • Leneghan International Transport Ltd v Lombard Ireland Ltd
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 12 May 2017 counsel for the first-named defendant was the long-ago decision of the House of Lords in M'Cabe (Pauper) v. Bank of Ireland (1889) 14 App. Cas. 413, an appeal from the then Irish Court of Appeal. 8 M'Cabe was a case in which the sole question on appeal was whether an appellant could be a......
  • Garibdass et Al v Sookhan et Al
    • Trinidad & Tobago
    • High Court (Trinidad and Tobago)
    • 11 March 1997
    ...... from the earliest days of the common law (see per Lord Blackburn in The Metropolitan Bank, Limited & Arthur Cooper v Alexander Gopsell Pooley (1885) 10 A.C. 210 HL at 220–221 ). This ...Earl Beauchamp (1883) 25 Ch.D 12, C.A .; M'Cabe v. The Governor & Co. of Bank of Ireland (1889) 14 App. Cas.413 . 107 In a recent case on this point, Thames ......
  • Society of Lloyd's v Jaffray [QBD (Comm)]
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Commercial Court)
    • 22 January 1999
    ...apply where there has been no final disposal of the action. That is not a state of affairs with which we are here concerned. M'Cabe,ELR14 App Cas 413 is clear and binding authority for the rule to be applied where an action has been finally disposed of and the costs of it have not been paid......
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