Practice: Doing it yourself

Thomas Crockett looks at recent judicial guidance on litigants in person In Tinkler, Sharpe J concluded that the specific facts of the case, none less than the fact that Mr Elliott was a LIP, allowed her to exercise her discretion to find that Mr Elliott had acted ‘promptly’ for the purposes of CPR 39.3(5). It …
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