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4. This doctrine may be said to be found passim in nearly every case. It consists in this, that they sell to motor-car manufacturers, persons called factors who re-sell to retail agents, and retail agents themselves, and that all these latter sell to the public, the users of the goods. For these reasons, I think that the judgment of Kennedy, L.J., was right, that the judgment appealed from was wrong and should be reversed, and the judgment of Phillimore, J., be restored, and the appeal allowed with costs. The agreed sum, though described in the contract as liquidated damages, is held to be a penalty if it is extravagant or unconscionable in relation to any possible amount of damages which could have been within the contemplation of the parties at the time when the contract was made. The question becomes still more complicated where a single sum is agreed to be paid on the breach of a number of stipulations of varying importance. As regards Willson's Case(2), I do not think it material to consider whether it was well decided on the facts. change. Dunlop was a tire manufacturer who agreed with their dealer to not sell the tires below a recommended retail price (RRP). Finally the agreement concluded (clause 5)—“We agree to pay to the Dunlop Company the sum of £5 for each and every tyre, cover, or tube sold or offered in breach of this agreement, as and by way of liquidated damages and not as a penalty.”, The appellants having discovered that the respondents had sold covers and tubes at prices under the current list price raised action and demanded damages. No doubt if the agreed sum is not applied distributively, but equally to stipulations of varying importance, and in reference to any of the stipulations it. LegalBeagles Forum – Court Claims and Issues. This is the very ground, or one of the rounds, upon which Lord Herschell rests his judgment in, In the present case the agreement of the parties, in effect though possibly not in form, did little if anything more than impose, a single obligation, namely, to sell or endeavour to sell the goods of the appellants at the prices named in their lists, though of course as they sold different kinds of goods this single obligation might be violated in many ways. They invariably sell at these prices to the members of their distributing organisation under agreements similar to that sued upon, giving, however, discount and rebates at varying rates. Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v New Garage Motor Co Ltd Date [1915] Citation AC 79 Keywords Breach of conditions Summary. question is more complicated when the stipulation, though still a single stipulation, is capable of being broken more than once, and in more ways than one, such as a stipulation not to solicit the customers of a firm. If the words "prima facie" only apply to a presumption which can be displaced, then I agree with Kennedy L.J. This is the very ground, or one of the grounds, upon which Lord Herschell rests his judgment in Lord Elphinstone v. Monkland Iron and Coal Co.(1) He said, "The agreement does not provide for the payment of a lump sum upon the non-performance of any one of many obligations differing in importance. The passage in the judgment of Tindal, C.J., above quoted, applies directly to such state of things. These agreements are styled price—maintenance agreements, and their main purpose obviously is to prevent the sale to the public, the users either directly or indirectly of the goods which the appellants manufacture at prices less than those named in their price lists. All the previous cases were examined in the Court of Appeal, and the Court unanimously confirmed the judgment of Fry J., that the agreed sum was not a penalty but liquidated damages. It is important that the principle of interference should not be extended. It has been urged that as the sum of 5 l. becomes payable on the sale of even one tube at a shilling less than the listed price, and as it was impossible that the appellant company should lose that sum on such a transaction, the sum fixed must be a penalty. Indirectly it did. The case was tried and the breach in fact held proved. My Lords, the action out of which this appeal arises was brought upon a contract entered into between the appellants, through the agency of Messrs. Pellant, Limited, and the respondents, claiming, amongst other things, to recover a sum of 5 l. in respect of each of the breaches of this contract complained of. Whether the parties have so agreed or whether the sum agreed to be paid on the breach is really a penalty must depend on the circumstances of each particular case. Neither of them contemplated, presumably, the black-listing of these agents without adequate. Hi Looking for a quick … was right, that the judgment appealed from was wrong and should be reversed, and the judgment of Phillimore J. be restored, and the appeal allowed with costs. In the present case the definite sum agreed by the parties is 5 l. , and this cannot be said to be extravagant or extortionate, having regard to the nature of the contract. Lord Parker—Where the damages which may arise out of a breach of contract are in their nature uncertain, the law permits the parties to agree beforehand the amount to be paid on such breach. Universiteit / hogeschool. It was held by the Court of Appeal that although the sum of 5 l. was agreed between the parties to be by way of liquidated damages and not as a penalty, yet it must be regarded as a penalty; that the appellants could not recover any greater damages for breach of the agreement in the sale or offering of any tyre, cover, or tube than such damage as they could prove that they had sustained; since they could not prove that they had sustained actual damage, they were not entitled to more than nominal damages. Accordingly the agreement is headed “Price Maintanance Agreement,” and the way in which the appellants would be damaged if prices were cut was clearly explained in evidence, and no successful attempt was made to controvert that evidence. Such are: ( a ) It will be held to be penalty if the sum stipulated for is extravagant and unconscionable in amount in comparison with the greatest loss that could conceivably be proved to have followed from the breach. The covenant upon which the matter in controversy turned was contained in a deed made on the dissolution of a partnership between two partners, the plaintiff and defendant, and it provided that the defendant should not during a certain period be at liberty to sell the whole or part of the tea crops of two estates named to any person other than the plaintiff without first offering to him the option of buying the same, and further provided that on breach of this covenant by the defendant he should pay to the petitioner the sum of 500 l. as "liquidated damages and not as a penalty. They had an obvious interest in preventing this undercutting, and on the evidence it would appear to me impossible to say that their interest was incommensurate with the sum which it was agreed to pay. Nothing was more natural than that the appellants should seek to prevent the supply of their goods indirectly to persons to whom they would not supply them directly. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0. Creating a unique profile web page containing interviews, posts, articles, as well as the cases you have appeared in, greatly enhances your digital presence on search engines such Google and Bing, resulting in increased client interest. If this statement of the law is accurate without limitation, the agreed sum of £5 in the present case would be prima facie in the nature of a penalty, since that sum is fixed irrespective of the varying degrees of importance of the stipulations. (1) In that case there was a covenant by the lessees of a farm not to sell hay or straw off the premises during the last twelve months of the term, and a provision that an additional rent of 3 l. per ton should be payable by way of penalty for every ton of hay or straw so sold. Such damage will in every case consist in the disturbance or derangement of the system of distribution by means of which the appellants' goods reach the ultimate consumer. The Court must find out whether the payment stipulated is in truth a penalty or liquidated damages. You cannot weigh such things in a chemical balance. In the sense of direct and immediate loss the appellants lose nothing by such a sale. It is noticeable in this case that the parties expressed the sum to be a penalty, and not liquidated damages, but in giving judgment A. L. Smith L.J. LORD DUNEDIN. Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v New Garage & Motor Co Ltd [1914] UKHL 1 (1 July 1914) is an English contract law case, concerning the extent to which damages may be sought for failure to perform of a contract when a sum is fixed in a contract. Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Company Ltd v New Garage and Motor Company Ltd: HL 1 Jul 1914. See more information ... Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. v. New Garage and Motor Co. (Before ( On … None the less the mischief, as I have already pointed out, is an indirect mischief, and I see no data on which, as a matter. I entirely concur with Kennedy L.J. What is prohibited by the second clause is “the sale or offering for sale of motor tyres, cases, or tubes, at prices less than those in the price list.” What is dealt with in clause 5 is a sale or offering for sale of these particular kinds of goods in breach of the agreement. said: "We see nothing illegal or unreasonable in the parties, by their mutual agreement, settling the amount of damages, uncertain in their nature, at any sum upon which they may agree. There may be a greater risk of infringing the principle against extortion, or against the substitution of a larger for a smaller payment, in applying the same figure to a number of different breaches of varying importance, more especially if some occasion serious and others but trifling damage, than when it is applied to one breach; but if these tests are complied with the parties may reasonably be allowed to make their own agreement. If he sells at lower prices than these the loss comes out of his discount and rebates, his own profits. (Illustration given by Lord Halsbury in Clydebank Case.(3). If the Court, after looking at the language of the contract, the character of the transaction, and the circumstances under which it was entered into, comes to the conclusion that the parties have made a mistake in calling the agreed sum liquidated damages, and that such sum is not really a pactional pre-estimate of loss within the contemplation of the parties at the time when the arrangement was made, but a penal sum inserted as a punishment on the defaulter irrespective of the amount of any loss which could at the time have been in contemplation of the parties, then such sum is a penalty, and the defaulter is only liable in respect of damages which can be proved against him. By this contract, in respect of certain concessions as to discounts, the respondents bound themselves not to do several things, which may be shortly set forth as follows:—Not to tamper with the manufacturers' marks, not to sell to any private customer or co-operative society at prices less than the current price list issued by the Dunlop Company, not to supply to persons whose supplies the Dunlop Company had decided, to suspend, not to exhibit or to export without the Dunlop Company's assent. So long as they got their price from the respondents for each article sold, it could not matter to them directly what the respondents did with it. trade reasons. Creating a unique profile web page containing interviews, posts, articles, as well as the cases you have appeared in, greatly enhances your digital presence on search engines such Google and Bing, resulting in increased client interest. Swinfen Eady, L.J., holds that clause No. Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Company v New Garage and Motor Company [1915] AC 79. Gerelateerde documenten. July 1, 1914 [...] 85. The parties adopted a wise and prudent course, having regard to the nature of the contract and the practical impossibility of an accurate ascertainment of damages. Their object is akin in some respects to that which a trader has in binding a former employee not to set up, or carry on, a rival business within a certain area. If the words prima facie imply that the sum will be regarded as a penalty unless there are some special circumstances which could justify an opposite conclusion, the statement appears to be expressed in too general terms. My Lords, on April 7, 1911, Messrs. A. Pellant, Limited (acting as agents for the appellants), entered into a price maintenance agreement with the respondents. With all respect, this alteration would mean that the damage resulting from each event should be almost uniform in amount, a construction which would mean that the stipulated compensation must presumably be a penalty in almost every conceivable case. In many cases a person may contract to do or abstain from doing an act which is a composite act, the product or result of almost numberless other acts. There is no question as to the competency of parties to agree beforehand the amount of damages, uncertain in their nature, payable on the breach of a contract. A solicitation which is unsuccessful can give rise to only nominal damages, and even if it be successful the actual damage may vary greatly according to the value of the custom which is there by directly or indirectly lost to the firm. But though damage as a whole from such a practice would be certain, yet damage from any one sale would be impossible to forecast. It is also clear that the object of the parties when they executed the deed was to secure to the plaintiff the option of buying the entire crops of both estates, and that when they fixed this sum of £500 they were thinking of the loss which the plaintiff might sustain by the loss of that option. 5 of the agreement applies to the first part of clause 3, the supplying of these goods to persons on the appellants' black list, as it was styled. The amount of tea sold by the defendant in breach of the covenant was considerable - nearly 54,000 lbs. They overpressed, in my judgment, the dictum of Lord Watson in Lord Elphinstone's Case(3), reading it as if he had said that the matter was conclusive, instead of saying, as he did, that it raised a presumption, and they relied strongly on the case of Willson v. It was laid down that in determining whether a sum contracted to be paid is liquidated damages or a penalty one is to consider whether the contract, whatever its language, would at the time it was entered into have been unconscionable and extravagant, and one which no court ought to allow to be enforced if this sum were to be treated as liquidated damages, having regard to any possible amount of damages conceived to have been in the contemplation of the parties when they made the contract. On the whole matter, therefore, I go with the opinion of Kennedy, L.J., and I move your Lordships that the appeal be allowed and judgment given for the sum as brought out by the master, the appellants to have their costs in this House and in the courts below. Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v Selfridge & Co Ltd [1915] UKHL 1 (26 April 1915), [1915] AC 847 is an English contract law case, with relevance for UK competition law decided in the House of Lords. View all articles and reports associated with Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v New Garage & Motor Co Ltd [1914] UKHL 1 In the present case there is no question of giving a larger sum as liquidated damages for a fixed or ascertainable sum, in reference to any of the stipulations to which the agreed figure is applicable, and no adequate reason for altering the terms of the contract as arranged by the parties. The consequential injuries to the trader's business arising from each breach by the employee of his covenant cannot be measured by the direct loss in a monetary point of view on the particular transaction constituting the breach. Get 1 point on adding a valid citation to this judgment. The appellants, having discovered that the respondents had sold covers and tubes at under the current list price, raised action and demanded damages. The matter has been handled, and at a recent date, in the courts of highest resort. Supposing it were recited in the agreement that the parties had estimated the probable damage from a breach of one stipulation at from £5 to £15, and the probable damage from a breach of another stipulation at from £2 to £12, and had agreed on a sum of £8 as a reasonable sum to be paid on the breach of either stipulation, I cannot think that the Court would refuse to give effect to the bargain between the parties. I confess that seems to me a very, very doubtful construction. In many cases a person may contract to do or abstain from doing an act which is a composite act, the product or result of almost numberless other acts. The essence of a penalty is a payment of money stipulated as in terrorem of the offending party; the essence of liquidated damages is a genuine covenanted pre-estimate of damage (Clydebank Engineering and Shipbuilding Co. v. Don Jose Ramos Yzquierdo y Castaneda(1)). The amount of tea sold by the defendant in breach of the covenant was considerable—nearly 54,000 Ib. There has been difference of opinion whether the sum of 5 l. is applicable only to a breach of the conditions contained in paragraph 2 of the agreement or extends to a breach of other conditions not contained in this paragraph. That such sales might seriously affect his business was obvious, and the very uncertainty of the loss likely to arise made it most reasonable for the parties to agree beforehand as to what the damages should be. The appellants contracted through an agent to supply tyres. 2. In my opinion, however, any such presumption or inference would be prima facie only and capable of being displaced by other considerations. You must be logged in to post a comment. The damage likely to accrue from breaches of the various stipulations being in kind different, a separate pre-estimate in the case of each stipulation would be necessary, and it would not be very likely that the same result would be arrived at in respect of each kind of damage. No Acts. says(2): "When I come to look at the cases I cannot find a single case in which the larger sum has been treated as penalty where there has been no smaller sum ascertainable as the amount of damages. In Kemble v. Farren(1) Tindal C.J. This evidence was uncontradicted. v. New Garage and Motor Company. Doyles Construction Lawyers is your one-stop for all legal matters related to construction law, building law, and dispute resolution in Australia. * Enter a valid Journal (must The cases linked on your profile facilitate Casemine's artificial intelligence engine in recommending you to potential clients who might be interested in availing your services for similar matters. 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