- No committal for contempt on basis of ambiguous Norwich Pharmacal order (Sarayiah v Williams and another)
- What are the implications of this judgment?
- What was the background to the dispute?
- What were the applications before the court?
- What did the court decide?
Dispute Resolution analysis: Fiona Simpson, partner at Kingsley Napley, discusses the case of Sarayiah v Williams and another, where the applicant sought relief after alleging 42 breaches of a Norwich Pharmacal Order (NPO)—ie an order for disclosure of documents granted against a third party which has been innocently mixed up in wrongdoing.
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