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Torfaen CBC v Douglas Willis Ltd Supreme Court judgment On 31st July 2013 the Supreme Court handed down its judgment on use-by dates. Jonathan Kirk QC and Iain MacDonald, both of Gough Square, successfully represented the appellant local authority.
Read an article on the decision [here]
Read the full judgment [here]
Members of ChambersBradley Say
Bradley read law at Newcastle University and was called (Inner Temple) in 1993.
He specialises in consumer credit and regulatory law. He has particular expertise in secondary and non-status lending matters and is regularly involved in the leading cases in this area.
Bradley lectures regularly on consumer credit law for CPD providers.
His interests include fishing, shooting and cooking.
Reported cases include:
Wilson and Another v Hurstanger Ltd  1 WLR 2351;
Central Trust Plc v Spurway  CCLR 1;
Ocwen v Coxall and Coxall  CCLR 7;
Ocwen v Hughes  CCLR 4;
Southern & District Finance Plc v Turner  EWCA Civ 1574;
Welsh v Greenwich LBC (2001) 33 H.L.R. 40.
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