G v de Visser – WLR Daily

Posted March 21st, 2012 in default judgments, EC law, human rights, internet, law reports, photography, privacy by sally

G v de Visser (Case C-292/10); [2012] WLR (D) 87

“Where it was impossible to locate the whereabouts of a defendant, European Union law did not preclude the issue of judgment by default in circumstances where the document instituting proceedings had been served by public notice under national law, provided that the court seised of the matter had first satisfied itself that all investigations required by the principles of diligence and good faith had been undertaken to trace the defendant.”

WLR Daily, 15th March 2012

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