Hayes v Willoughby [2013]


  • An ex-employee pursued a course of conduct in order to try and expose alleged illegal financial dealings made by his ex-employer
  • S 1(3)(a) of the Protection for Harassment Act creates a defence to harassment if the defendant is reasonably buy xanax from canada online preventing or detecting crime


  • Was the defendant’s act prevented from constituting harassment by s 1(3)(a)?


  • No


  • Acts must be rational for the defence to succeed
RELATED CASE  Miller v Jackson [1977]

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