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- Can you please explain the effect of the Recast Brussels Regulation on the service out rules and the first seised rule (lis pendens) where there is an English exclusive jurisdiction clause?
- Ministry of Justice
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- 39 Essex Street cost cases online
- Senior Courts Costs Office Guide (formerly the Supreme Court Costs Office Guide)
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Key trackers and guides for dispute resolution lawyers
- Settlement of future claims (High Court)
- Costs budgeting: effect of failure to submit revised budget (High Court)
- Construction operations and funders taking assignment
- Cherry picking claim referred to adjudication not only permissible but "to be encouraged" (TCC)
- Court grants declaration on validity of service at default address under CPR 6.9 (TCC)
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