Rush & Tompkins Ltd v Greater London Council and Another

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[1989] AC 1280 Practice – discovery – disclosure - privilege – without prejudice communications – whether correspondence addressed to one defendant disclosable to other defendant In this case it was determined that 'without prejudice' correspondence addressed to one opponent was also privileged in respect of other opponents in that...

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