Credit Hire: End of the road for impecuniosity?

Patrick West looks at Opoku v Tintas, which provides some encouragement for defendants ‘In Lagden, the House of Lords held that, faced with an injured party whose expenditure in mitigation had been augmented by his impecuniosity, a judge was entitled to take into account the claimant’s lack of means.’ For defendant insurers and solicitors, credit …
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