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Non-parties to be bound under CPR 19.8A in constructive trust claims (Serious Fraud Office v Litigation Capital Ltd)

Non-parties to be bound under CPR 19.8A in constructive trust claims (Serious Fraud Office v Litigation Capital Ltd)
Published on: 22 May 2020
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Non-parties to be bound under CPR 19.8A in constructive trust claims (Serious Fraud Office v Litigation Capital Ltd)
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Article summary

Dispute Resolution analysis: This decision represents an expansion in the understood scope of CPR 19.8A with claims in respect of property subject to constructive trusts being included within the scope of the definition of ‘property subject to a trust’. This will potentially be a very useful tool in fraud claims which can be notoriously protracted and difficult from a case management perspective. Written by Phillip Patterson, barrister, at Hardwicke. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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