Hollis v Rolfe [2008] EWHC 1747 (Ch)

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The Right Reverend Crispian Hollis, Bishop of Portsmouth

Georgina Grundy-Parker (in religion Sister Scholastica)

Edna Grace Fewtrell (in religion Sister Maura Mary)

V

Edwin Douglas Rolfe

Vivienne Amy Elizabeth Rolfe

The Attorney General

1. The Claimants in this case are the Roman Catholic Bishop of Portsmouth (‘the Bishop’) as First Claimant, Miss Grundy-Parker, the last surviving member of a Benedictine community of nuns (‘the Community’) known as Sister Scholastica (‘SS’), as Second Claimant, and Miss Fewtrell, a Benedictine nun, not a member of the Community but attached to …
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Counsel Details

Mr Ed Morgan  (instructed by Matthew Arnold & Baldwin) for the Claimants

Mr Mark Warwick (instructed by Howard Kennedy) for the First Defendant

Mr Nicholas Isaac (instructed by Direct & Access) for the Second Defendant

Mr William Henderson (instructed by The Treasury Solicitor) for H.M. Attorney General