Civil Procedure: Slip of the mind

Ron Cheriyan examines recent developments in the setting aside of default judgments ‘The potential for judgments to be set aside is a very real prospect that should not be underestimated. As more cases are issued in bulk, it is not difficult for institutions to lose track of individual claims.’To obtain judgment in default is to …
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Cases Referenced

  • Attorney General v Matthews (Trinidad and Tobago) [2011] UKPC 38
  • Attorney General v Universal Projects Ltd (Trinidad and Tobago) [2011] UKPC 37
  • Gulf International Bank BSC v Ekttitab Holding Company KSCC & anor [2010] EWHC B30 (Comm)
  • National House Building Council v Relicpride Ltd & ors [2009] EWHC 1260 (TCC)
  • Regency Rolls Ltd & anor v Carnall [2000] EWCA (CIV) 379