Trevor Ivory Ltd v Anderson [1992, New Zealand]


  • Anderson in his role as a director, advised upon plant products which caused damage to the claimant’s property
  • The company later dissolved


  • Could the director be held personally liable for the advice he gave as part of his business


  • No liability


  • The director did not assume personal responsibility for his words, therefore he was not liable
RELATED CASE  Yachuk v Oliver Blais [1949]

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