Jolly v Hull and Others, Jolly v Jolly: CA 21 Jan 2000

The requirement that a penal notice must have been endorsed upon an order before an application is made to commit the respondent for contempt, was not absolute. In exceptional and clear cases only, as here, such an order could be made, but this should be discouraged.


Times 10-Mar-2000, [2000] EWCA Civ 4




County Court Rules 1981 Order 29 Rule 1(3)


England and Wales

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CitedHydropool Hot Tubs Ltd v Roberjot and Another ChD 4-Feb-2011
The parties disputed ownership of a customer database. An interim order had been made prohibiting the defendants’ from its use pending trial. A mandatory order had been made for the disclosure of a list of contacts made, and the claimant complained . .
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Litigation Practice, Contempt of Court

Updated: 19 May 2022; Ref: scu.82578