A party should not be allowed to put an argument again which had been lost at an earlier stage merely because he felt he had found a better way of putting the argument.
 BPIR 518
Cited – Atherton v Ogunlende and Another CA 20-Nov-2001
It would be a waste of court time and the parties’ money to allow a debtor, who had already failed on his application to set aside a statutory demand, to advance the same arguments by way of challenge to the petition debt on the hearing of the . .
Cited – Coulter v Chief Constable of Dorset Police CA 13-Jul-2005
An appeal was made against an order refusing to set aside a second statutory demand. The demand was to enforce payment of an order for costs made in proceedings between the parties. The first statutory demand had been upheld, and the judge found . .
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Insolvency, Litigation Practice
Updated: 13 May 2022; Ref: scu.230916