Good Job

I have just read the first “proper” adjudication in some time. Whilst I do not agree with it all – and feel certain that the (refused) oral hearing would have helped – it is well considered and properly written up. When you compare this to the, frankly negligent, handwritten scrawl we got on one last year, you can at least see that the ICA has properly discharged their role. The results are pretty much a score draw with a couple of possible PoPs, including a chance to have Costs Appeal Committee reconsider CRIMLA 28 in the light of R V Bhatti [2006] 2 Costs LR 356.

Any thoughts on this would be gratefully received. (Have Bhatti on paper but can’t find an e-version).

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