- October 5, 2018
Third party debt orders: monies in solicitors’ client accounts
In BCS Corporate Acceptances Limited and others v Terry, Morris J discussed third party debt orders and whether such an order could be made over sums held in solicitors’ client accounts.
- September 4, 2018
Setting aside default judgment: Wards Solicitors v Hendawi
The recent case of Wards Solicitors v Hendawi has revisited the common issue of setting aside a default judgment. The matter was heard by HHJ Paul Matthews at the Bristol District Registry.
- August 2, 2018
Is full disclosure always necessary under the worldwide freezing order regime?
The question of adequate disclosure required by a defendant to a worldwide freezing order (WFO) was discussed in the case of PJSC Tatneft v Gennady Bogolyubov and others.
- July 16, 2018
Committal for contempt
The recent case of Barclay v Tuck discussed the settled principles that a court has to consider when an application for committal is made. Spencer J heard the case on 14 May 2018.
- June 7, 2018
“Knowledge” under section 14A of the Limitation Act 1980 considered
In Su v Clarksons Platou Futures Ltd and another, section 14A of the Limitation Act 1980 was carefully considered by the Court of Appeal.
- May 3, 2018
Anti-harassment and non-disclosure injunction granted in relation to alleged blackmail
The High Court has recently ordered an injunction against an unknown third party and provided for alternative service by text message. In the case of NPV v QEL and ZED, all parties have been anonymised to protect their identities, and in particular NPV, a successful businessman.
- April 10, 2018
A “non party” who assists in the breach of the terms of a freezing order can be liable for conspiracy
The Supreme Court has recently given judgment in JSC BTA Bank v Khrapunov.
- March 2, 2018
Freezing order made against unknown parties
HHJ Waksman has recently granted a freezing order against persons unknown, in the case of CMOC v Persons Unknown.
- January 30, 2018
Claimant ordered to repay damages received after court finds that accident was staged
Teare J in the High Court has ordered that the claimant in a personal injury case should pay back the damages he received from insurers, plus costs and interest, in UK Insurance Ltd v Gentry.