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Vicarious liability

Coopen v Moore (No.2) (1898)
Coopen v Moore (No.2) (1898)
The person owned six shops. He was selling ham that did not state their place of origin. He instructed his staff of this. One of the hams was sold as a 'Scotch Ham' even though it was American. The owner was selling goods with a false trade description a
Adams v Camfoni (1929)
Adams v Camfoni (1929)
A messenger boy who worked for a licensee sold alcohol, which we did not have authority to do so, outside his licencing hours. The defendant (licensee) was charged with selling alcohol outside of his licencing hours. This was thrown out of court.
Allen v Whitehead (1930)
Allen v Whitehead (1930)
The Defendant employed a manager to run his cafe. He was the owner and licensee of this. The manager was told not to allow prostitutes into the cafe. The manager knowingly allowed women into the cafe to use the premises. He knew they were prostitutes.
Vane v Yiannopoullos
Vane v Yiannopoullos
The Defendant was a licensee of a restaurant. His waitress was told she could only serve alcohol to people if they ordered a meal. The restaurant was on two floors and the licensee was on another floor.
Wilson (2007)
Wilson (2007)
The Defendant who was 13 was charged with murder together with his father. They were charged with the murder of the Defendants mother. He stated he did this because he was frightened of his father and was afraid to disobey him. The court of Appeal overrul
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