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- What is the effect on a Chabra freezing order if the actual defendant goes into liquidation?
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- Translate only necessary documents and keep bundles to 350 pages (Family Court)
- Restructuring and insolvency: At a glance: February 2015
- The Civil Procedure (Amendment) Rules 2015 enter into force
- IBM: Project Waltz: remedies decision largely in favour of members
- EAT: Simmons v Castle 10% uplift on damages does not apply to tribunal injury to feelings awards
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