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10 November 2017  

Danielle Taylor sets out the circumstances in which the courts may prohibit a party from making further applications, and the limitations of such orders

The decision in Veluppillai v Veluppillai [2015] was widely reported, both in the legal world and the wider press, gaining attention due to the litigation conduct of the husband that not only included emails (including extreme expletive language and threats against Mostyn J and his clerk), but also a prosecution for assaulting the wife and her counsel during one of the hearings.


Additional Info

  • Case(s) Referenced:

    Re Baggaley [2015] EWHC 1496 (Fam)

    CFC 26 Ltd & anor v Brown Shipley & Co Ltd & ors [2017] EWHC 1594 (Ch)

    Supperstone v Hurst & anor [2009] EWHC 1271 (Ch)

    Veluppillai v Chief Land Registrar & ors [2017] EWHC 1693 (Fam)

    Veluppillai v Veluppillai & ors [2015] EWHC 3095 (Fam)

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