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Saif Ali v Sydney Mitchell and Co [1978] 1 QB 95; [1980] AC 198

This case considered the issue of immunity in relation to work done by a barrister which extended outside the courtroom and whether or not there was a contractual duty to exercise a reasonable and competent degree of skill.

 

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Saif Ali v Sydney Mitchell and Co [1978] 1 QB 95; [1980] AC 198
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