Sayers v Clarke Walker (A Firm): CA 10 Jul 2002

[2002] EWCA Civ 1110, [2002] 1 WLR 3095
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
See AlsoSayers v Clarke Walker (A firm) CA 14-May-2002
sayers_clarkewalkerCA2002
In a case of any complexity, when an appeal court considered an application for leave to appeal which was filed out of time, it should have in mind the matters listed in the rules. It was not appropriate to use judge made checklists where one was . .
See AlsoSayers v Clarke Walker (A Firm) CA 26-Jun-2002
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Cited by:
See AlsoSayers v Clarke Walker (A Firm) CA 26-Jun-2002
. .
See AlsoSayers v Clarke Walker (A firm) CA 14-May-2002
sayers_clarkewalkerCA2002
In a case of any complexity, when an appeal court considered an application for leave to appeal which was filed out of time, it should have in mind the matters listed in the rules. It was not appropriate to use judge made checklists where one was . .
CitedFloyd and Another v Legal Services Commission QBD 28-Apr-2010
floyd_lsc10
The claimant had succeeded in an action against her legally aided opponent, but then delayed in making her claim for costs against the respondent. The costs judge said that the CPR did not apply, and that he had no discretion to extend the time . .

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Updated: 19 January 2021; Ref: scu.217479