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PROCEDURE: Out of court

25 May 2012  

Greg Standing and Ian Weatherall argue that civil restraint orders are a valuable weapon in the litigators armoury

According to a recent Law Society press release (19 April 2012: ‘Litigants in Person’), litigants in person (LIPs) will be seen more frequently in family and civil cases due to the decline in public funding and the general state of the economy. The Law Society has issued a practice note on the potential issues of dealing with LIPs, including that practitioners (para 5 ‘Litigants in Person’):

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  • Case(s) Referenced:

    Foster v Mortgage Express (Unreported 9 February 2012)

    Shelley v Swift Advances plc LTL 7/2/2012