Dispute Resolution analysis: The minutes of the extraordinary CPR Committee (CPRC) meeting of 21 August 2020 (held via video conference due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic) deal with the extension of a stay on possession proceedings under CPR 55.29.
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