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The Court Seal bears a date prior to the date of the court order. Which date is relevant for the purpose of calculating periods of time?

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Published on LexisPSL on 23/10/2014

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  • The Court Seal bears a date prior to the date of the court order. Which date is relevant for the purpose of calculating periods of time?

CPR 40.2(2) provides that a court order must—

(a)    bear the date on which it is given or made, and

(b)    be SEALED by the court

The wording in this provision requires that the court order contains the date which is to be attributed to the court order itself. Note: CPR 40.7 provides that ‘

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