D Ltd v A and Others: CACD 28 Jul 2017

The complainant had had issued a summons against the defendants alleging fraud. They in turn applied for the summonses to be set aside on the ground of abuse. That having been granted, the complainant sought to have the terminating ruling set aside.
[2017] EWCA Crim 1172
England and Wales
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CitedBall v Johnson 29-May-2019
Summons granted for political lies allegation
(Westminster Magistrates Court) The court gave its reasons for acceding to a request for the issue of a summons requiring the defendant to answer a charge for three offences alleging misconduct in a public office.
Held: There was prima facie . .

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Updated: 26 January 2021; Ref: scu.621118