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Goulden v Wilson Barca: CA 14 Jul 1999

Obligations under contract between a solicitor and an expert witness to appear in a legally aided case were not limited by Legal Aid Regulations, and a solicitor agreeing to pay a witness’s fees for attending as a witness was bound to pay them. The contract was not void for illegality, despite the statutory arrangements for … Continue reading Goulden v Wilson Barca: CA 14 Jul 1999

Murria v Lord Chancellor: QBD 11 Jan 2000

The test, when assessing the rate of pay for legal aid purposes of whether a case ‘related to fraud’ was whether the proceedings, in whole or in part, were about serious or complex fraud, irrespective of the contents of the indictment. There is no general offence known to law of fraud as such and the … Continue reading Murria v Lord Chancellor: QBD 11 Jan 2000