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Cause of Action
Last updated: 06-Oct-2014

Tindal CJ said in Wade v Simeon (1846) 2 C.B. 548, 564:

It is almost contra bonos mores and certainly contrary to the principles of natural justice that a man should institute proceedings against another when he is conscious that he has no good cause of action.


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