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Bank's claim against a local authority over rate swaps
Kleinwort Benson v Birmingham City Council (1996).
CA (Evans LJ, Saville LJ and Morritt LJ) 9/5/96.
Summary: Bank's claim to recover money lent to a local authority for ultra vires rate swap transactions upheld on the local authority's appeal.
Birmingham City Council's appeal against the judgment on the plaintiff's claim to recover £353,321 as the net amount of payments made by it to the appellants under a rate swaps contract dated 29/9/83 which ran until September 1987.