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How to comply with an order requiring an RFI response under CPR 18 (Owners of the Motor Vessel ‘Gravity Highway’ v Owners of the Motor Vessel ‘Maritime Maisie’)

How to comply with an order requiring an RFI response under CPR 18 (Owners of the Motor Vessel ‘Gravity Highway’ v Owners of the Motor Vessel ‘Maritime Maisie’)
Published on: 14 July 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • How to comply with an order requiring an RFI response under CPR 18 (Owners of the Motor Vessel ‘Gravity Highway’ v Owners of the Motor Vessel ‘Maritime Maisie’)
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Dispute Resolution analysis: The judgment is the first post-CPR authority to address directly the test for whether an order requiring a party to provide further information under CPR 18 has been complied with. The court held that in assessing whether there has been compliance with an order for the provision of further information, the court will consider whether the information is plainly incomplete or insufficient. The decision therefore confirms that the test suggested in the pre-CPR authority QPS Consultants Ltd v Kruger Tissue (Manufacturing) Ltd still applies. Written by Benjamin Coffer and Robert Ward, barristers, at Quadrant Chambers. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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