Scriven v Scriven

20th December 2013


Scriven v Scriven
Chancery Division (20/12/13)
Civil Procedure
[2013] EWHC 4223 (Ch)

This case further illustrates the reluctance of Judges to accede to late applications to vacate trials, even when the application is made by litigants in person facing extreme difficulties in being ready for trial.  The application was successfully resisted, with costs against the litigants in person.

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