- Discusses the Supreme Court decision in Patel v Mirza on whether the court should follow the ratio of the House of Lords judgment in Tinsley v Milligan and disallow a claim for the return of monies supplied to the defendant for the purpose of share trading using inside information on the ground that the claimant sought to rely on wrongdoing to make out his cause of action. Assesses how the illegality doctrine has been redefined by the ruling.
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