Walbrook Trustee (Jersey) Ltd and others v Fattal and others: CA 11 Mar 2008

Applications between consortium members as to management of apartment block.
Lawrence Collins LJ said: ‘ . . an appellate court should not interfere with case management decisions by a judge who has applied the correct principles and who has taken into account matters which should be taken into account and left out of account matters which are irrelevant, unless the court is satisfied that the decision is so plainly wrong that it must be regarded as outside the generous ambit of the discretion entrusted to the judge.’
Lawrence Collins LJ
[2008] EWCA Civ 427
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
Appeal fromWalbrook Trustees (Jersey) Ltd and others v Fattal and others ChD 29-Nov-2007
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Cited by:
See AlsoWalbrook Trustees (Jersey) Ltd and others v Fattal and others ChD 7-May-2008
Further case management in substantial case after additional pleadings. . .
See AlsoWalbrook Trustees (Jersey) Ltd and Others v Fattal and Others CA 8-Apr-2009
The parties had been involved in serial disputes regarding the management of leasehold apartments. It was now objected that the current case was an abuse of process.
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Updated: 03 March 2021; Ref: scu.267356