Article Tag: injunction

Return to fair without notice family law injunctions

It has previously been the practice of many family courts to grant injunctions without notice to the respondent for a lengthy or in some cases unlimited period of time. Recently the fairness of this has been questioned, and the President of the Family Division Sir James Munby PFD issued a Practice Direction in the Family… Read more »

Injunction stopping adjudication, it’s a rare thing!

I have to say I’ve never been a massive fan of adjudications. Although, I accept they have their place in providing quick interim results. This fast track process could be the difference between a company surviving or not. I am however a fan of injunctions, or should I say it’s one aspect of my work… Read more »

A green light for developers, or not?

Developers naturally just want to get on with building work to realise a return on their investment. Any delays, particularly if there is any an element of finance involved, can seriously eat into their profit margins. One cause of delays, and what can be a real thorn in the side of developers, is claims for… Read more »