Appeal against striking out of claim and civil restraint order.
Lord Justice Ward
 EWCA Civ 563
England and Wales
Cited – HF Pension Trustees Ltd v Ellison and Others ChD 24-Feb-1999
In an allegation of professional negligence which had lead to a transfer of funds, time ran for limitation purposes from the time of the transfer, and not from the point later when it became apparent that the legal advice may have been negligent. A . .
Cited – Haward and Others v Fawcetts (A Firm) and Another CA 11-Mar-2004
The court looked at the date from which the limitation period ran in an action for professional negligence: ‘It is clear from the words of the section itself . . that it is concerned with knowledge of facts, as opposed to knowledge of matters of . .
Cited – Cave v Robinson Jarvis and Rolf (a Firm) HL 25-Apr-2002
An action for negligence against a solicitor was defended by saying that the claim was out of time. The claimant responded that the solicitor had not told him of the circumstances which would lead to the claim, and that deliberate concealment should . .
Cited – Fennon v Anthony Hodari and Co 2001
The court considered when the claimant was said to have become aware of the possibility of a claim: ‘In order to mount the action she did not need to be advised that the failure to advise amounted to professional negligence. This is irrelevant for . .
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Litigation Practice, Limitation
Updated: 10 May 2022; Ref: scu.237451