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CAVENDISH SQUARE HOLDING BV v EL MAKDESSI; PARKINGEYE LTD v BEAVIS

Lloyd's Law Reports

CAVENDISH SQUARE HOLDING BV v EL MAKDESSI; PARKINGEYE LTD v BEAVIS

[2016] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 55

SUPREME COURT

Before Lord Neuberger,Lord Mance,Lord Clarke,Lord Sumption,Lord Carnwath,Lord Toulson,Lord Hodge

Rule against penalties – Whether rule should remain a part of English law – Whether it applied to forfeiture clauses and to clauses requiring transfer of property rather than payment of money – Whether parking charges were penalties or unenforceable under the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999 (SI 1999 No 2083).

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