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13th March, 2009

J L Builders & Son v. Naylor & Naylor

In this case an appeal and an application to adduce further evidence arising out of a decision of HHJ Mitchell, who decided that the defendants, Mr and Mrs Naylor, the employers under a building contract, had repudiated that contract and their the repudiation had been accepted by the claimaint, contractor Mr Leake, trading as JL Builders and Sons. Click here to read more.



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