Nageh v Giddings & Anor

Citation: EWHC 3240 (TCC), [2007] CILL 2420

Nature of case:
The defendant’s application to have summary judgement on an adjudicator’s decision set aside, on the basis that service of proceedings and/or the adjudication had not been properly effected, was dismissed. The claimant’s solicitors did all they could have done in the circumstances to effect service in accordance with CPR 6.5(6). Further, there was no reason for an adjudicator to require any more onerous service requirements than were required by the CPR.


Thomas Lazur

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