The costs of freezing order applications – Littleton Chambers

Posted October 28th, 2020 in chambers articles, costs, freezing injunctions, injunctions, news by sally

‘The question of what costs order should follow the grant of interim injunctive relief is of obvious practical significance to parties. While costs will generally be awarded against the applicant if interim relief is refused, the costs position after a grant of relief is far less predictable. Cases can be found where judges have made costs orders against respondents, or where costs issues have been deferred until trial. Most turn on their own facts and procedural histories.’

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Littleton Chambers, 21st October 2020