Payment into Court in UK Law

  • New Carrots and Sticks: Proposals for Reform of CPR Part 36
    • No. 70-2, March 2007
    • The Modern Law Review
    Part 36 of the Civil Procedure Rules is an important component of English civil procedure's costs apportioning mechanism and its primary means of encouraging early settlement. Two changes to make P...
    ... ... would be exemptedfrom the requirement of payment intocourt. Secondly,the costs pro - tection given ... It is argued that the payment into court requirement should be abolished ... ...
    • No. 39-5, September 1976
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... courts and settlements reached outside court. It is of course well known that only ... or, occasionally, an interim payment where liability is not in dispute), while ... going to court unless a payment into court is made.” In this case the ... ...
  • Financial Services Authority Limited (formerly the Securities and Investments Board) v Scandex and Another
    • No. 6-2, February 1998
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 184-196
    This case, when it arose at first instance, was considered last year in the pages of this Journal (see ‘SIB Court Action against forex trader’, Vol. 5(4), Journal of Financial Regulation and Compli...
    ... ... Regulation and Compliance Volume 6 Number 2 Court of Appeal sheds light on Section 6(2) FSA 1986 ... provision for investor protection, and came into force on 1 January 1996. As from that date it was ... 's application for an order for interim payment by the Respondent of the sum of £627,522.83, ... ...
  • Merchant Shipping (Liability of Shipowners and Others) Act, 1958
    • No. 21-6, November 1958
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... to the jurisdiction of the court. All that has been said about ... as the relevant date in translating into sterling the gold francs amounts ... where the person liable has made a payment into court that, by section 1 (4), a ... ...
  • Regulatory Challenges Posed by Investor Protection
    • No. 6-4, February 1999
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 366-369
    This paper considers the recent evolution of the British regulatory system and discusses what, in the author's opinion, may become some of the challenges that face regulators, thus ultimately affec...
    ... ... of investor protection, as we move into a new millennium. However before examining the ... ER 514 (CA) a Danish company was taken to court for conducting unauthorised investment busi-ness in the UK and was made to make an interim payment into court as a step for restoring the parties to ... ...
  • The Problem Of A Law Of Property In Goods
    • No. 12-4, October 1949
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... was given the option of payment or return it was realised that ... award of specific relief in the Court of Chancery.s In 1878 an action of ... Payment into court is no defence in detinue since it ... ...
  • Litigation
    • Contents
    • Partnership and LLP Law - 2nd edition
    • Elspeth Berry
    • 127-144
    ... ... are no special provisions and the High Court and county courts have concurrent jurisdiction ... The relevant principles to be taken into account by the court are summarised in Barton v ... of partnership property and profits with payment of the debt (s 23 of the Partnership Act; see ... ...
  • HM Land Registry Practice Guide 27 - The Leasehold Reform Legislation, November 2013
    • Appendices
    • Leasehold Enfranchisement Law & Practice
    • Piers Harrison/David Lonsdale
    • 271-300
    ... ... Housing and Regeneration Act 2008 which came into force on 7 September 2009 ... 274 Leasehold ... If the mortgagee has accepted payment of the whole or a sufficient part of the purchase ... ƒ If the money has been paid into court under s.13, 1967 Act, the tenant must supply a ... ...
  • Defaming Politicians: The Not So Common Law
    • No. 63-5, September 2000
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... out was unanimously rejected by the High Court of Australia. It held that the Commonwealth ... with massive costs following an earlier payment into court of £5,005, Mr. Reynolds appealed. The ... ...
    • No. 10-3, July 1947
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... an action in rem in the High Court, claiming for damage caused to ... Lord Justice went at some length into the authorities, history and nature of ... : In consideration of the payment etc ... the plaintiffs will not ... ...
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