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Notification injunctions in practice (Holyoake and another v Candy and Others)

Notification injunctions in practice (Holyoake and another v Candy and Others)
Published on: 06 June 2016
Published by: LexisPSL
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Dispute Resolution analysis: In his second published judgment in the Holyoake v Candy brothers litigation, Nugee J in the Chancery Division has considered the balance of convenience test in the context of a ‘notification injunction’. This decision follows on from his previous judgment in which he confirmed that the court does have the power to grant a so-called ‘notification injunction’, namely an injunction requiring the respondent to notify the applicant of disposals or dealings with their assets. In this decision Nugee J continued the injunction but subject to some modifications. This decision is of interest to practitioners concerned that the opposing party may dissipate their assets. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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