- Contempt of court: no penal sanctions imposed (Masri v Consolidated Contractors)
- Court details
- No penal sanction
The Commercial Court held, based on the unusual facts in the case, that it would not impose penal sanctions for contempt even when the acts of contempt had previously been proved by the court. The judgment sets out the factors the court took into account in coming to its decision.
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