Paul Jones highlights a recent case that provides helpful guidance in an area where the rules are silent ‘The defendant’s submission was that CPR 36.20 gave rise to a deemed order for costs to be assessed by the court and, the claimant, therefore, should have sought a detailed assessment of those costs.’ One of the …
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- Ivanov v Lubbe  WLUK 256
- Mughal v Higgs & anor (2017) unreported Senior Courts Costs Office Master Haworth 6 October