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In Frederic Marino v FM Capital Partners Ltd, the Court of Appeal upheld a decision not to vary a proprietary freezing order to allow the defendant recourse to proprietary assets in order to meet his living and legal expenses.  The case can be viewed as a restatement of the principle that the subject of a … Continue reading Court of Appeal refuses request to vary freezing order to meet living and legal expenses

In Windrush Continental SA v Bitumen Invest A/S, the High Court discharged an interim freezing order in somewhat surprising and unusual circumstances.  The decision confirms the procedurally correct way to vary the terms of an interim freezing order (or other injunction) obtained without notice, while also providing a reminder of the need to use clear … Continue reading Varying the terms of an interim injunction made without notice