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This Practice Note provides guidance on the interpretation and application of the relevant provisions of the CPR. Depending on the court in which your...
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18th Jan
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For guidance on non-attendance by a party at an interim hearing, see Practice Note: Application hearings—Non-attendance by a party.What can I do if I...
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Recording and transcription of hearingsCPR 39.9 sets out the provisions relating to the recording and transcription of proceedings and provides...
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This Practice Note should be read in conjunction with Practice Notes:•Disclosure—collateral use of documents—which deals with CPR 31.22(1)(a)...
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The most important rule is to be polite. If you are polite to everyone at all times, it is hard to go seriously wrong.The judgeMake sure all mobile...
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Right to costs recovery following an interim applicationIt is important to be aware that a party does not have a right to recover the costs it incurs...
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Non-disclosure orderThe general rule is that a hearing is to be in public: CPR 39.2(1). However, the court may order that the identity of any party...
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