Wednesday, 25 February 2004

Network rail win guitar appeal:
Network Rail has been cleared of liability to pay nuisance damages for electromagnetic interference caused by signalling equipment to electric guitars in a nearby recording studio.

The Court of Appeal overturned a judge's ruling that Colin Morris, trading as Soundstar Studio from premises 80 metres away from the London to Brighton mainline at Whitehorse Road, Croydon, was entitled to compensation.

Mr Morris, who began trading in 1987, sued Network Rail Infrastructure for more than £60,000 after steadily losing customers using his studio to record their guitar music.

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