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This case concerns an application by family members of the Protected Party (P) to be appointed Deputy for P’s property and affairs in place the existing professional deputy The Facts P was born on 21st March 1932 and had 5 children, 4 from his first marriage (‘S, C, M and A: also ‘the respondents’’), and […]
This was an application to execute a statutory will on behalf of LM, whose assets were significant following the receipt of an award from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. The main question here was the percentage of her estate that should go to charity. Background LM was adopted after she had been assaulted by her […]
When applying for and claiming costs under a Legal Aid Certificate, there are a number of differences between paper and CCMS claims which are worth noting. Legal Aid Certificate – Amendments & Cost Limitation The first most obvious difference is the format of the Legal Aid Certificate. On a paper certificate any amendments are recorded […]
I am sure you have seen the recent updates to the CPR that are due to be implemented from today, 6 April 2016, but I just wanted to highlight them from a costs drafting point of view. The main developments involve costs Budgets and the associated work, including an updated Precedent H. If the case […]