- Summary judgment—claim to a particular lien (Sheianov and another v Sarner International Ltd)
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What was the background?
- What did the court decide?
- Case details
Commercial analysis: The owners sought recovery of a collection of 29 motorcycles from a company employed to design, create and supply materials for an exhibition of the motorcycles. The design company claimed a particular lien over the motorcycles, which had been delivered to them in relation to the exhibition, against payment of their unpaid invoice. The owners applied for summary judgment. The court examined the law relating to particular liens and set out five basic principles necessary to decide the claim to a particular lien. The court granted summary judgment rejecting the particular lien argument. Written by Richard B. Ritchie, barrister, at XXIV Old Buildings, Lincoln’s Inn.
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