Case Report: Flint v Tittensor and the MIB [2015] EWHC 466 (QB)

Vehicular trespass to the person; battery; self-defence; ex turpi causa; volenti non fit injuria ‘A finding that the force used was disproportionate so as to preclude self-defence is simultaneously likely to mean that there is no entry point for ex turpi, or at best only a very narrow one.’ This case provides an enlightening illustration …
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