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I LLANSAMLET MEDICO

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LLANSAMLET MEDICO APPLIES FOR INJUNCTION. In the Chancery Division on Saturday (before Mr. Justico Warrington), i Mr. Tvldesley Jones moved on behalf of i Jones, of Llansamlet, for an injunction to restrain Dr. R-ees, of Morriston, from practising in Llansamlet or within five miles thereof until the trial of the action or fur- ther order. Counsel said plaintiff was a doctor who practised at Llansamlet, and had a branch at Morrisfcon, which was a mile and a half away from Llansamlet. On 10th Julv, 1911, the defendant entered his em- ployment as assistant at Llansamlet. and on 4th August the defendant went to the Mor- riston branch at the plaintiff's request, be- cause the plaintiff's assistant there had been discharged. The plaintiff asked the defen- dant to go there temporarily. On the 16th August a written agreement, which the plaintiff said he had stipulated for origin- ally, was signed between the parties. The point arose on a restrictive covenant, and therefore the words where he practised in the agreement were important. The agreement recited that plaintiff was now engaged in medical practices a,, Llansajnlet, and went on to say that it was agreed that the defendant should enter the plaintiff's employment at Llansamlet for the space of one year AT iJOUU A The assistant was n.}t at any time during the continuance of the contract or for ten years from. the termination thereof to prac. tice or assist any person to practice at or assist any person to practice at or within five miles of it except with the written consent of the principals. Mr. Owen Thompson, for the defendant, said he thought it might save trouble if he now offered on be-lialf of the defendant to keep an account of all receipts, and his learned friend could apply for a speedy trial of the action. He (Mr. Thompson) sub- mitted that it was not a case for an in- junction at all- Apart from the quarterly airreement. the defendant was a -I- PANFT, DOCTOR, WITH 1,600 PATIENTS. and if he was prevented on an interlocutory injunction from practising his patients would go, and he would not get them back, at all events for a tim. He therefore re- peated tt he would keep an account. It was perfectly easy to do so, because he had nothing but panel patients, and they were paid for per capita. His Lordship eventually paid I may be doing great harm, by granting an injunction, nnd on the undertaking of the defendant to keep an account there will be no order on the motion except that the costs will be costs in the action. His Lordship gave leave to the parties to apply to advance the trial of the action, and directed the state- ment of claim to be lodged within a we^k and the defenco witlyn, a, week thaiaaaiii*.

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