Scribes West Limited v Relsa Anstalt and Another (No 1): CA 1 Jul 2004

The court handed down a New Practice Direction 52 for grounds of appeal, decisions in permissions to appeal, notices to respondents of appeals, appeal bundles etc.
Mr Justice Brooke Lord Justice Mance Lord Justice Dyson
[2004] EWCA (Civ) 835, Times 08-Jul-2004, [2005] CP Rep 2, [2005] 1 Costs LR 18
Civil Procedure Rules 52, Law of Property Act 1925 141(2)
England and Wales
Cited by:
CitedSithokozile Mlauzi v Secretary of State for the Home Department CA 7-Feb-2005
The applicant appealed against the decision of the Immigration Appeal Tribunal refusing asylum. She feared persecution if returned to Zimbabwe because of her membership of the opposition political party. The IAT had disturbed the adjudicator’s . .
See AlsoScribes West Limited v Relsa Anstalt and Another (No 2) (Practice Note) CA 20-Jul-2004
The court gave guidance on the destination of appeals from county court cases. It was vital to identify the precise nature of the order under appeal: ‘The judges of this court (and the staff at the Civil Appeals Office) have to interpret the order . .
See AlsoScribes West Ltd v Relsa Anstalt and others CA 20-Dec-2004
The claimant challenged the forfeiture of its lease by a freeholder which had acquired the registered freehold title but had not yet registered its ownership. The second defendant had forfeited the lease by peacable re-entry for arrears of rent, and . .

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Updated: 13 January 2021; Ref: scu.198481