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Matthew Winn-Smith successful in appeal in Drewnik v Britton

Exploring the scope of “fundamental dishonesty” for the purposes of CPR 44.16. This case (currently unreported) appears to be the only known appellate decision dealing with this issue.

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Matthew Winn-Smith / 16th Mar 2016


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