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Non-compliance with unless orders and relief from sanctions (Kazakhstan Kagazy PLC v Baglan Abdullayevich Zhunus and others)

Non-compliance with unless orders and relief from sanctions (Kazakhstan Kagazy PLC v Baglan Abdullayevich Zhunus and others)
Published on: 12 February 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
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Dispute Resolution analysis: This case concerns various factors to be considered on an application to strike out a defence and relief from striking out for non-compliance with orders of the court and particularly unless orders. The applications in question were considered in the context of enforcing judgment in a commercial fraud case but the principles are of wider relevance. There were two applications before the court (para [13]): an application by the claimants for the points of defence to stand struck out for failure to comply with an unless order and for entry of judgment with interim charging orders being made final and an application for relief from sanctions under CPR 3.8/CPR 3.9 by the defaulting parties. Written by Lynne Counsell, barrister, at 9 Stone Buildings. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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