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Re Cardiff Savings Bank

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Re Cardiff Savings Bank [1892] 2 Ch 100, often called the Marquess of Bute's case is a UK company law case, concerning the duty of care owed by members of the board. It is old law, but is still often mentioned as an extreme example of to what extent a "subjective" duty of care allowed directors to escape consequences of their negligence.
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