- Recovering legal costs under CPR (Campbell v Campbell)
- Original news
- What was the background to this case?
- What were the principal issues?
- What did the court hold and what is the meaning of the order in respect of costs?
- What are the possible effects of this case on LiPs?
Dispute Resolution analysis: Simon Beasley, senior associate, Griffin Law examines the case of Campbell v Campbell in which the High Court was required to consider the extent to which the CPR permitted a litigant in person (Lip) to recover legal costs incurred for advice and services outside the jurisdiction.
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