SEX & SUMMARY JUDGMENT: WHERE DOES THE BURDEN OF PROOF LIE IN ESTABLISHING A “COMPELLING REASON” WHEN DEFENDING A SUMMARY JUDGMENT APPLICATION?

The case of Sargespace –v- Eustace had a highly unusual set of facts.  However it raises an interesting question of where the burden of proof lies in an application for summary judgment where a respondent to the application wishes to…

NEW SENIOR COURT OFFICE COSTS GUIDE

The Senior Courts Costs Office has produced a comprehensive guide to costs. At 182 pages it probably contains all the procedural points you need to know. https://www.dropbox.com/s/65gbezzxz7l2zpk/SCCO%20Guide%20October%202013.pdf