Repeat offence

Love, Simon
February 2005
Lawyer;2/7/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p22
Trade Publication
Discusses vexatious litigation and incidence of such in Great Britain. Difficulty experienced by a professional indemnity lawyer in dealing with vexatious litigation; "Grepe v. Loam" case of 1887; "Bhamjee v. Forsdick & Ors" case of 2004; Relevance of the Civil Procedure Rules on vexatious litigation.


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