Costs: Unbefitting conduct

Paul Jones examines a case where a successful defendant paid costs due to delayed disclosure ‘The claimant applied to the court for an order for costs in their favour due to, in their submission, the unreasonable conduct of the defendant in failing to disclose relevant documentation at the earliest opportunity and, thereby, causing unnecessary costs …
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Cases Referenced

  • Chapman v Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (2016) Bolton County Court DJ Swindley 15 June (Lawtel 18/7/16)