Gravgaard v Aldridge and Brownlee (A Firm): CA 9 Dec 2004

After the court had sent its draft judgment to the parties, counsel on each side had written to the court making fresh submissions.
Held: Contentious matters should only be allowed to be re-opened in very limited circumstances once a draft judgment has been issued. In this case, the submissions would not make an alteration to the result of the appeal, though minor textual alterations would be imported.
May LJ, Arden LJ
[2004] EWCA Civ 1529, Times 02-Dec-2004
Limitation Act 1980 14A
England and Wales
CitedRobinson v Fernsby, Scott-Kilvert CA 19-Dec-2003
The judge had drafted his judgment and sent the drafts to the parties for comment. He then received additional written representations from one party, from which he realised that he had made an error, and issued a corrected judgment which a . .

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CitedHutchinson v Metropolitan Police Commissioner and Another QBD 27-Jul-2005
The claimant sought damages for assault by a probationary constable. The constable had been called to a drunken party for Sainsbury’s employees.
Held: The claimant had been assaulted. Miss Morgan had introduced herself as a police officer, had . .

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Updated: 04 July 2021; Ref: scu.220163