Month: March 2021

Potter v Canada Square

The Court of Appeal delivered on Thursday 11th March a 60-page judgment of the greatest importance. The case of POTTER was pursued in reliance upon the PLEVIN PPI judgment of the Supreme Court. Mrs Potter was charged £3,834 for a policy valued by the insurer at just £182.50! Perhaps out of sheer embarrassment the defendant …

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Recoverability of Interest on Disbursements – Where are we at the start of 2021?

Before delving into the below cases, it is firstly necessary to distinguish the cases from those in the commercial Courts whereby it is widely accepted that interest on disbursements is recoverable (see by way of example the observations of Leggatt J in Involnert Management v Aprilgrange Ltd [2015] 5 Costs LR 813 @ [7]). The …

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