AM MOHAMUD (IN SUBSTITUTION FOR A MOHAMUD (DECEASED)) v. WM MORRISON SUPERMARKETS PLC*  4 CLJ 329
SUPREME COURT, UNITED KINGDOM
LORD NEUBERGER OF ABBOTSBURY PSC; BARONESS HALE OF RICHMOND DPSC; LORD DYSON MR; LORD REED JSC; LORD TOULSON JSC
2 MARCH 2016
TORT: Vicarious liability - Principles and doctrine - Tests - The 'close connection' test - Whether an improvement upon the 'Salmond's formula' - Whether still sustainable and constituting good law - Whether to be broadened to 'representative capacity' test - Employee assaulting third party pursuant to deliberate act of misconduct - Whether employer vicariously liable
NOOR HAMID MOHD NOOR & SATU LAGI lwn. SALSURIANI ISMAIL  1 SMC 59
MAHKAMAH SESYEN, KOTA BHARU
ADLI ABD GHALIB HS
[SAMAN NO: A52-5-03-2014]
9 APRIL 2015
TORT: Kacau ganggu - Pemotongan bekalan elektrik - Kelakuan tuan tanah mengarahkan pemotongan bekalan elektrik - Sama ada penghuni premis mengalami kacau ganggu akibat tindakan tuan tanah - Sama ada status milikan hartanah masih belum diputuskan secara muktamad - Sama ada tuan tanah mempunyai pengetahuan bahawa pihak plaintif masih menghuni premis tersebut - Sama ada aktiviti kehidupan penghuni terganggu - Sama ada ganti rugi yang dipohon dibenarkan
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