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In Candy and others v Holyoake and another, the Court of Appeal ruled that a wide-ranging “notification injunction” granted by the High Court last year was not a distinct type of injunction.  It was, in effect, a modified version of a freezing order, and the same test of risk of dissipation of assets applied as … Continue reading Court of Appeal rules wide-ranging “notification injunction” is not a distinct type of injunction

In Gerald Metals SA v Timis, Mrs Justice Rose granted an on notice application under CPR 25.1(1)(g) requiring the provision of information about assets that might be the subject of a freezing order.  In doing so she confirmed there was no reason to depart from the two stage test applied in previous case law: Has … Continue reading Court confirms approach to CPR 25.1(1)(g) application for information on assets

In Liberty Mercian Ltd v Cuddy Civil Engineering Ltd, the Technology & Construction Court demonstrated it is prepared to be flexible when ordering specific performance. One of the factors the court takes into account in considering whether to grant specific performance is whether the performance is possible. Here, the relevant performance was found to be … Continue reading Grant of equivalent specific performance by way of payment into court