The claimant sought his profit share from a partnership. The defendant complained that the claimant had for some time put his assets beyond reach, and obtained an order for security for costs. The claimant now appealed.
Held: The appeal failed. It was not necessary for a defendant in such an action to show that the claimant had taken this action with the intention of avoiding any enforcement.
Sir Francis Ferris
Civil Procedure Rules 25.13
England and Wales
Cited – Aoun v Bahri and Another ComC 6-Feb-2002
Application for security for costs against the claimant. . .
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Updated: 20 January 2021; Ref: scu.242643