Michael Brace, barrister, analyses the power to strike out fraudulent claims at trial, in his article for the New Law Journal (July 2012)
Article In Brief
The effective deterrence of claims tainted with dishonesty is achieved by a number of means and it will only be just and proportionate for the court to strike out an action after a trial in “very exceptional” cases.
For the full article by Michael Brace in the July 2012 issue of the New Law Journal, please click here.
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14 January 2013