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sun dial (except on cloudy days)
On concurrent goodwill, and on substantiality, again, the message came back that it’s the facts that matter, and those are the purview of the trial judge. The judge was entitled to reach the views he did, and the Court of Appeal would not displace his assessment in favour of their own.