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Regina v Legal Aid Board No 15 Area (Merseyside), Ex Parte European Community: QBD 6 May 1998

LAB had the power to give prior authorisation to allow payment of travel expenses of assisted person to visit expert to assist in preparation of expert report where assisted person unable to afford travel. Citations: Times 06-May-1998 Statutes: Civil Legal Aid (General) Regulations 1989 (SI 1989 No 339) Legal Aid Updated: 10 April 2022; Ref: … Continue reading Regina v Legal Aid Board No 15 Area (Merseyside), Ex Parte European Community: QBD 6 May 1998

Regina v Legal Aid Board No 15 Area (Merseyside), ex parte Eccleston: QBD 20 May 1998

LAB had the power to give prior authorisation to allow payment of travel expenses of assisted person to visit expert to assist in preparation of expert report where assisted person unable to afford travel. Citations: Gazette 20-May-1998 Statutes: Civil Legal Aid (General) Regulations 1989 (SI 1989 No 339) Legal Aid Updated: 09 April 2022; Ref: … Continue reading Regina v Legal Aid Board No 15 Area (Merseyside), ex parte Eccleston: QBD 20 May 1998

Legal Services Commission v Henthorn: QBD 4 Feb 2011

The claimant sought to recover overpayments said to have been made to the defendant barrister in the early 1990s. Interim payments on account had been made, but these were not followed by final accounts. The defendant, now retired, said that the claims were defeated by limitation and laches and were an abuse of process because … Continue reading Legal Services Commission v Henthorn: QBD 4 Feb 2011

Regina (Bateman and Bateman) v Legal Services Commission: Admn 10 Sep 2001

The applicants sought a judicial review after their legal aid certificates were revoked for non-disclosure of various financial receipts. A financial statement prepared on their behalf had suggested substantial capital assets. The relationship between a legally aided person and the Board is one of utmost good faith (Parsons). A legally aided person must notify the … Continue reading Regina (Bateman and Bateman) v Legal Services Commission: Admn 10 Sep 2001

Deg-Deutsche Investitions Und Entwicklungsgesellschaft Mbh v Koshy and Others: ChD 13 Jan 2000

Once a legal aid certificate is revoked the party is deemed by statute never to have had the benefit of a legal aid certificate. The rules relating to assessment of costs which applied when a party had legal aid did not therefore apply. An order however which has once been made cannot be varied subsequently … Continue reading Deg-Deutsche Investitions Und Entwicklungsgesellschaft Mbh v Koshy and Others: ChD 13 Jan 2000

Microsoft Corporation v Backslash Distribution Ltd et Al: ChD 15 Mar 1999

Legal Aid Regulations providing that a legally aided defendant could in some circumstances be ordered to pay the costs of a prosecution after a contempt and on an indemnity basis were not invalid. An award of a gross sum in lieu of part costs was not proper. Citations: Times 15-Mar-1999 Statutes: Civil Legal Aid (General) … Continue reading Microsoft Corporation v Backslash Distribution Ltd et Al: ChD 15 Mar 1999

Webb v Macdonald and Another: ChD 29 Jan 2010

Defendant barrister and solicitors applied to have the claims against them for professional negligence struck out. They had advised on a settlement of a dispute, which settlement the claimant now said was negligently wrong. Held: The advice given that the claimant’s argument would fail was correct. Nor did the claimant have any real prospect of … Continue reading Webb v Macdonald and Another: ChD 29 Jan 2010

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