Court of appeal determines that Claimants are not required to establish a fiduciary relationship in order to obtain relief against the payer of an undisclosed commission

In an appeal against two High Court decisions, the Court of Appeal has found that a fiduciary relationship is not a necessary pre-condition to relief in respect of an undisclosed commission paid to an agent. Instead, the court should determine whether the agent was obliged to provide information, advice or recommendation on an impartial or … Read more