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Breach of absolute statutory duty

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Breach of absolute statutory duty

Brumbder v Motornet Service and Repairs Ltd and another [2013] EWCA Civ 195

In an unusual case, the sole director and shareholder of a company, who suffered personal injuries as a result of the company’s breach of an absolute statutory obligation to maintain equipment in proper working order, was unable to bring a claim against it, when he was in breach of his obligations to it to exercise reasonable care to enable the company to fulfil that obligation.

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