Lord Chancellor v Rees and others: QBD 19 Dec 2008

Sir Charles Gray considered an appeal against the findings of a costs judge, saying: ‘it appears to me that it is incumbent on the Lord Chancellor in any appeal to the High Court to identify some question of law or principle which arises, since the High Court would be slow to differ from the assessment of the Costs Judge on an issue of fact or judgment.’
Sir Charles Gray
[2009] 1 All ER 163, [2008] EWHC 3168 (QB)
Bailii
Criminal Defence Service (Funding) Order 2001
England and Wales
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CitedLord Chancellor v Ian Henery Solicitors Ltd QBD 8-Dec-2011
The court heard a challenge to arrangements within the graduated fees scheme for payment of defence lawyers, and in particular ‘when does a trial begin?’ and whether a case should be paid as a ‘trial’ or as a ‘cracked trial’. The trial had been . .

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Updated: 17 February 2021; Ref: scu.296307