- Lack of proportionality defeats amendment application (Hague Plant v Hague and others)
- Practical implications
- Court details
DR analysis: the Chancery Division, in refusing to allow an application to re-amend particulars of claim, provides a reminder of issues practitioners should consider when dealing with such applications. These include the need for a concise statement of the facts rather than ‘prolix pleadings’ and the overriding consideration courts must now give to the issue of proportionality when considering applications.
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