Freezing Orders: Wrong court, wrong time, wrong reasons

Katie Chew explains the lessons to be learnt from a decision of Mostyn J on how not to make a without notice application for a freezing order ‘The applicant has a high duty of candour when making an application without notice that, if breached, could lead to the order being discharged.’ In Tobias v Tobias …
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