- Breach of freezing order leads to committal (Templeton v Motorcare Warranties)
- Practical implications
- Court details
The High Court has imposed custodial sentences of four and nine months for breach of a freezing order. The judgment highlights the issues the court will consider when determining whether to impose a custodial sentence and, if it decides to, what issues might be taken into account when imposing a custodial sentence.
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