Hadkinson Orders: Harsh realities

Rachel Nicholl highlights a remedy available where a litigant wilfully fails to comply with a court order ‘Hadkinson orders are draconian, should not be commonplace and are a case management order of last resort in substantive proceedings where a litigant is in wilful contempt.’ In Assoun v Assoun [No 1] [2017] and Assoun v Assoun …
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