Barring civil claims by reason of criminal conduct by the Claimant: the decision of the Supreme Court in Stoffel & Co v. Grondona  UKSC 42 by David O’Mahony.
In what circumstances will a Claimant be barred from succeeding in an otherwise valid claim by reason of some criminality on his or her part at or around the time the cause of action arose? In other words, what is the test for the defence of illegality?
Read the article here: Stoffel v. Grondona
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