Monthly Archives: February 2019

Paying The Price For Unreasonable Conduct

In litigation the Civil Procedure Rules (the Court rules which govern civil cases) stipulate that if a Claimant discontinues his claim once proceedings have begun then he is liable to pay not only his own costs but also his opponent’s … Continue reading

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Fact-finding hearings and Practice Direction 12J

In circumstances where a child’s parents have separated and they are unable to reach an agreement about the arrangements for the child, either party may decide to apply to the Court for a Child Arrangements Order.  A Child Arrangements Order … Continue reading

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Entire Agreement Clauses

Most commercial contracts will include a clause known as an “entire agreement clause”.  This type of clause is used to signify the intent of the parties that the written terms of the contract should represent the agreement between the parties … Continue reading

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