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Cite as:  EWCA Civ 102
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TESSEL MEIKE MEREL VAN OUDENHOVEN
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GRIFFIN INNS LIMITED
The judge's award
The way the claim for future loss of earnings was originally presented
How did the judge reach the figure of £969,335?
Dutch wealth tax
Further evidence: the impact of Dutch tax
"That tax will be levied is no doubt as Benjamin Franklin observed, one of the two certainties of life. But the extent and manner of its exaction in the future can only be guessed at."
(Order does not form part of the approved Judgment)