White v Bagot

JurisdictionIreland
CourtHouse of Lords (Ireland)
Judgment Date03 August 1901
Date03 August 1901

H. L.

WHITE
and

BAGOT.

Mortgage — Priority — Compromise of litigation in Probate Court — Costs of suit — Mortgage for costs.

WHITE v. BAGOT. H. L. 1901. Mortgage—Priority—Compromise of litigation in Probate Court—Costs of suit June 18, 20 —Mortgage for costs. August 3. APPEAL by the petitioner C. White from an order of the Court of Appeal in Ireland, reported [1900] 1 I. R. 496, sub. nom. In re Bagot's Estate. Haldane, KC., and Assheton Cross (both of the English bar), (with them John Leech), for the appellant. Jellett, K. C., and Gerald Fitz Gibbon (with them F. E. Colt, of the English bar), for the respondent, W. H. Neville Bagot. THE HOUSE OF LORDS (the Earl of Halsbury, L.C., and Lords ktaenaghten, Shand, Brampton, and Lindley) reversed the order of the Court below, and restored the judgment of Ross, J., [1900] 1 I. R., pp. 504-510 (1). Solicitors for the appellant...

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