Arfan Khan leads appeal of general public importance in the Court of Appeal Statutory limitation periods – principle and practice
Arfan Khan is instructed as lead Counsel in the Court of Appeal following the grant of permission to appeal by the Court of Appeal on the papers. The appeal concerns the correct approach to the computation of a limitation period under statute. Lady Justice Arden held that sufficient prospects of success were shown by the Appellant’s skeleton, and that the calculation of time for the purposes of an enactment was “clearly an important point of principle and practice”.
Arfan Khan / 19th Aug 2016
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