Costs: The cost of obstinacy

Emma Holland and Luca del Panta look at an international family dispute which has lessons for trustees and PRs defending removal claims ‘At the costs hearing, the widow and daughter argued that the same general rule should apply on the basis that they had been “successful”, particularly as Dr Neupert had effectively abandoned his counterclaim, …
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Cases Referenced

  • Perry & anor v Neupert & ors [2019] EWHC 52 (Ch) (removal application); [2019] EWHC 2275 (Ch) (costs judgment)
  • Perry & ors v Serious Organised Crime Agency [2012] UKSC 35
  • Wales & ors v Wales (No 2) [2014] VSC 33