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)


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