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Is it possible for a court to grant relief to restore a case after the deadline has passed for restoration?

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Published on LexisPSL on 25/11/2015

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  • Is it possible for a court to grant relief to restore a case after the deadline has passed for restoration?

Is it possible for a court to grant relief to restore a case after the deadline has passed for restoration?

CPR 3.9 states:

'(1) On an application for relief from any sanction imposed for a failure to comply with any rule, practice direction or court order, the court will consider all the circumstances of the case, so as to enable it to deal justly with the application, including the need—

  1. for litigation to be conducted efficiently and at proportionate cost; and

  2. to enforce compliance with rules, practice directions and orders

(2) An application for relief must be supported by evidence.'

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