Sanctions definition

What does Sanctions mean?

The court can impose sanctions on parties to civil litigation who fail to comply with relevant rules, practice directions and court orders. These sanctions include striking out a party's claim or defence. A party can apply for relief from sanctions under Rule 3.9 of the CPR.

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