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July 2012

The July issue of the Round-Up brings you the Supreme Court decision in Fairclough Homes (Appellant) v Summers (Respondent) [2012] UKSC 26, concerning the power of the Court to strike out fraudulent claims which are an abuse of process. 

Also highlighted are the cases of Susannah O’Connell v Viridian Housing [2012] EWHC 1389, which sets out the threshold for seeking an adjournment on the grounds of disability discrimination in defended possession proceedings, Giles v Tarry [2012] EWCA Civ 837, concerning a colourable use of a right of way and finally guidance on how to make without notice applications in CEF Holdings and anr v Brian Mundey and 23 ors [2012] EWHC 1524.


The Round-up 2012