[HOUSE OF LORDS.]
M'ALISTER (OR DONOGHUE) (PAUPER) APPELLANT; AND STEVENSON RESPONDENT.
|1932 May 26.||LORD
BUCKMASTER , LORD
ATKIN , LORD
TOMLIN , LORD
THANKERTON , and LORD
Interlocutor of the Second Division of the Court of Session in Scotland reversed and interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary restored. Cause remitted back to the Court of Session in Scotland to do therein as shall be just and consistent with this judgment. The respondent to pay to the appellant the costs of the action in the Inner House and also the costs incurred by her in respect of the appeal to this House, such last mentioned costs to be taxed in the manner usual when the appellant sues in forma pauperis.
Lords' Journals, May 26, 1932.
Agents for the appellant: Horner & Horner, for W. G. Leechman & Co., Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Agents for the respondent: Lawrence Jones & Co., for Niven, Macniven & Co., Glasgow, and Macpherson & Mackay, W.S., Edinburgh.
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