Daraydan Holidays v Solland International [2005]

Facts

  • The defendant principals (Solland) found out that their agents had procured about £1.8m in bonus payments as a result of procuring luxury property refurbishment contracts

Issue

  • Were the bribe-givers liable alongside the agents for giving bribes?

Decision

  • Yes

Reasoning

  • Agents and ‘bribers’ are jointly and severally liable for bribes
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