error of the court

See: injustice
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In a lead ruling unanimously agreed by the four other judges, Lord Reed said: "The error of the Court of Appeal in these cases lies, in my opinion, in adopting a literal construction of Chapter 2 (of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003), and applying it to a correspondingly formal analysis of the facts.
Further, the court found that since the parties had stipulated that the plaintiff's damages totaled SI Million, any issue regarding error of the court regarding damages was rendered moot since it would not have had any effect on the outcome in the case.