Stacey v Player and Another: ChD 23 Feb 2001

A party was legally aided in proceedings. A third party offered to pay his costs in interlocutory proceedings. He was successful, and the losing party appealed an order to pay his costs. He succeeded. Whilst he was legally aided, his solicitors could only receive payment from the Legal Services Commission, and the fact that someone else might have paid did not allow an order against the third party. Such an order would leave the solicitors receiving payment other than from the LSC.
Gazette 08-Mar-2001, Times 23-Feb-2001
Civil Legal Aid (General) Regulations 1989 64
England and Wales

Updated: 19 December 2020; Ref: scu.89479