The Pensions’ Ombudsman having had a decision overturned on appeal and having entered appearance at the appeal was liable in costs only to the extent that his intervention had increased the costs.
Times 03-Dec-1998,  1 WLR 594
England and Wales
Wrongly decided – Moore’s (Wallisdown) Ltd v Pensions Ombudsman and Another; Royal and Sun Alliance Life and Pensions Ltd v Same ChD 21-Dec-2001
The applicants had successfully appealed against decisions of the Pensions Ombudsman. They sought their costs. The Ombudsman argued that the costs should be limited to the proportion by which they had in fact contributed to the need for an appeal. . .
Cited – Regina 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 . .
Lists of cited by and citing cases may be incomplete.
Financial Services, Costs
Updated: 19 May 2022; Ref: scu.90089