Providence Capitol Trustees Ltd v Ayres: ChD 1996

If the Pensions Ombudsman takes part in an appeal and makes himself a party to the lis, he is at risk as to the costs of the appeal. It may be appropriate to make an application before the main hearing to settle such issues. The ombudsman will only be ordered to pay the costs of a successful appellant ‘to the extent to which they have been increased by the ombudsman’s appearance on the appeal.’


[1996] 4 All ER 760


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedRegina on the Application of Davies (No 2) v HM Deputy Coroner for Birmingham CA 27-Feb-2004
The claimant appealed against a costs order. She had previously appealed against an order of the High Court on her application for judicial review of the inquest held by the respondent.
Held: The coroner, and others in a similar position . .
CitedHB v PB FD 9-Jul-2013
Claim for costs against third party local authority, Croydon LBC after four day private law fact finding hearing. F said that M had fabricated illnesses both in herself and the child leading to the LA being asked to prepare a report. That report . .
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Litigation Practice, Costs

Updated: 05 May 2022; Ref: scu.194544