Pre-action correspondence and costs following discontinuance: a practical view from the Bar – Littleton Chambers

Posted April 11th, 2013 in civil procedure rules, costs, news, pre-action conduct by sally

“In his monthly column, James Bickford Smith considers the Court of Appeal’s decision in Nelson’s Yard Management Company and others v Eziefula [2013] EWCA Civ 235 and how a failure to respond to pre-action correspondence can justify departure from the default rules on costs following discontinuance.”

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