Were the things or services Mr. Doulton provided good enough as promised? (Quality of Goods and Services)

Were the things or services Mr. Doulton provided good enough as promised? (Quality of Goods and Services)

In the details available regarding Chisholm v. Doulton [1890] 22 QBD 736, the case primarily centered on the employer’s liability for the actions of an employee, rather than specifically focusing on the quality of goods or services provided by Mr. Doulton.

The case primarily addressed whether Mr. Chisholm, as the employer, could be held responsible for the actions of his employee, which were carried out without his knowledge or authorization. The specific details of the goods or services provided by Mr. Doulton and their quality were not the primary focus of the case or the legal dispute.

Therefore, based on the available information, the case did not explicitly discuss or analyze the quality of goods or services provided by Mr. Doulton as promised, as the central issue was the employer’s liability for the actions of the employee conducted without authorization.