Mark Smith v David Probyn, PGA European Tour Ltd: QBD 25 Feb 2000

The claimant had served proceedings on a representative without first checking that they had authority to accept service. This was discovered too late, and applied for an extension of time for service. The application was refused. The requirement to ensure that the person served had such authority was now clear, and the claim form must be served within four months of issue.
The Hon Mr Justice Morland
Gazette 23-Mar-2000, Times 29-Mar-2000, [2000] EWHC QB 136
Civil Procedure Rules 6.4 (2) 7.6(3)(b)
England and Wales
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