Holden and Co v Crown Prosecution Service (No 2); Similar Cases: CA 8 Jan 1992

The Civil Court of Appeal has jurisdiction to award Costs from central funds and they should be made in favour of successful applicants against wasted costs orders in criminal proceedings.


Gazette 08-Jan-1992, [1992] 1 WLR 407, [1992] 2 All ER 642


Supreme Court Act 1981 51(1)


England and Wales

Cited by:

Appeal fromHolden and Co v Crown Prosecution Service (No 2); Steel Ford and Newton v Crown Prosecution Service and Another (No 2) HL 14-Jul-1993
The Court of Appeal had set aside wasted costs orders made in the Crown Court against four different firms of solicitors.
Held: The House set aside the orders but was unable to award to the firms their costs of the successful appeals. There is . .
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Updated: 25 February 2022; Ref: scu.81434