- April 23, 2018
Lifting the interim moratorium: a new insight
Background In TST Millbank LLC and another v Resolution Real Estate Ltd (8 February 2018) (unreported), the legal and beneficial owners of the head-lease of commercial property (C) brought a claim against their tenant (D) for unpaid service, to which D counterclaimed. D failed to provide security for costs and so, in autumn 2017, judgment was entered … Continue reading Lifting the interim moratorium: a new insight →
- October 26, 2017
When is an affidavit not an affidavit? Why strict compliance with CPR 32 and its Practice Direction may not be absolutely essential
Late in 2016, Nugee J delivered an important, though largely unnoticed, judgment on the precise meaning of the term “affidavit” in the context of civil litigation in England and Wales. The decision, Haederle v Thomas, resulted from one of a series of interlocutory skirmishes in a long-running committal application.