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IRISH AEROSPACE (BELGIUM) N.V. v. EUROPEAN ORGANISATION FOR THE SAFETY OF AIR NAVIGATION AND CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY

Lloyd's Law Reports

IRISH AEROSPACE (BELGIUM) N.V. v. EUROPEAN ORGANISATION FOR THE SAFETY OF AIR NAVIGATION AND CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY

[1992] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 383

QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION(COMMERCIAL COURT)

Before Mr. Justice Hirst

Carriage by air - Conversion - Abuse of dominant position - Negligence - Defendants detained aircraft for alleged unpaid charges - Whether detention unlawful - Whether defendants liable in conversion - Whether defendants abused dominant position they occupied in Common Market - Whether defendants in breach of duty of care not to injure plaintiffs’ interest in aircraft - Whether defendants liable for damages in negligence - EEC Treaty art. 86 - Whether defendants entitled to order that points of claim be struck out.

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