In re Blenheim Leisure (Restaurants) Ltd (No 3); 9 Nov 1999

References: Times 09-Nov-1999
Coram: Neuberger J
Neuberger J gave examples of cases where a judge might revisit his decision: a plain mistake by the court, the parties’ failure to draw to the court’s attention a plainly relevant fact or point of law and the discovery of new facts after judgment was given.
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    The court was asked as to the extent to which a court, having once declared its decision, could later change its mind. Though this case arose with in care proceedings, the court asked it as a general question. The judge in a fact finding hearing in . .