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Limitation cases

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Right, new job for me which means new bits of law to get deeply interested in, sadly for the one reader out there that means I’ll be trying to use this blog as a dumping ground for my notes and thoughts on cases. For anyone else reading just remember this is not legal advice, and […]

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Denton v White

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(or Mitchell was misunderstood) So the Master of the Rolls, Vos LJ and Jackson LJ have clarified the new (ish) Rule 3.9 and Mitchell in Denton & Ors v White & Ors [2014] EWCA Civ 906 by setting out that the test is now: Is the breach serious or significant – if not then relief […]

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Delayed holidaymakers rejoice!

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As those of you who know me are probably aware I spend a reasonable amount of my working day suing on behalf of beleagured holidaymakers abd whilst I’d like to put down the several thousand words I could on various peculiarities of litigation inolving foreign elements I thought I’d start with a nice light hearted […]