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Raja v Van Hoogstraten (No 9) – Times Law Reports

Raja v Van Hoogstraten (No 9)

Court of Appeal

“Since the introduction of the Civil Procedure Rules, applications for the setting aside of orders made without notice were governed by rule 23.10, and determined by the court exercising the discretion given by that rule in accordance with the overriding objective to do justice.”

The Times, 4th February 2009

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Raja v. Van Hoogstraten (No 9) – Times Law Reports

Prejudiced party can make claim

Raja v Van Hoogstraten (No 9)

Chancery Division

“Where the court had set aside an irregularly made order, but on grounds other than that the order had been irregularly obtained, it was open to a party prejudiced by the making of the order to claim, at a later stage, that the order had been irregularly obtained.”

The Times, 23rd August 2007

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