‘This appeal raises technical but important issues on the entitlement of a party who is awarded the costs of an interlocutory appeal to an immediate assessment of those costs. Two issues of general application arise. First, is the party entitled to an immediate assessment without the need for an express order to that effect? Secondly, if not and if the appellate court has not made an order for an immediate assessment, does a costs judge have jurisdiction to make such an order? A third issue is whether an order of the Supreme Court made in this case entitled the respondents to this appeal to an immediate assessment of their costs in the Court of Appeal.’
Lloyd-Jones L, David Richards, Moylan LJJ
 EWCA Civ 1687
England and Wales
See Also – Khaira and Others v Shergill and Others CA 17-Jul-2012
The parties disputed the trusteeship and governance of two Gurdwaras (Sikh temples). The defendants now applied for the claim to be struck out on the basis that the differences were as to Sikh doctrines and practice and as such were unjusticiable. . .
See Also – Shergill v Khaira and Others CA 2-Oct-2012
At SC – Shergill and Others v Khaira and Others SC 11-Jun-2014
The parties disputed the trusts upon which three Gurdwaras (Sikh Temples) were held. The Court of Appeal had held that the issues underlying the dispute were to be found in matters of the faith of the Sikh parties, and had ordered a permanent stay. . .
See Also – Khaira and Others v Shergill and Others ChD 23-Mar-2016
See Also – Shergill and Others v Khaira and Others ChD 3-Mar-2017
The court considered the identification of one of the ancient Sikh gurus in order to ascertain the rights of current gurdwaras . .
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Updated: 14 June 2022; Ref: scu.598466