Practice Note: 2 Jan 1927

Tomlin J set out the appropriate practice on attaching a private schedule to an order made by consent. The schedule records the terms of the settlement agreed between the parties but which terms are not ordered by the court and are not enforceable as a judgment.


Tomlin J


[1927] WN 290


England and Wales


CitedDashwood v Dashwood 1-Nov-1927
Tomlin J set out the the practice on making an order such as would keep the proceedings alive only to the extent necessary to enable a party to enforce the terms of the settlement.
Held: A provision in the order which required one party to . .

Cited by:

CitedCommunity Care North East (A Partnership) v Durham County Council QBD 29-Apr-2010
The parties had settled their dispute and sealed it in a Tomlin Order. The court now asked as to its power to vary such an order. The order required the defendant to reopen a tendering process, but other tenderers now objected, and the council felt . .
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Updated: 06 December 2022; Ref: scu.412284