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Permission to amend particulars of claim

Building Law Monthly

Permission to amend particulars of claim

In Standard Life Assurance Ltd v Gleeds (UK) (a firm) and Others [2021] EWHC 2081 (TCC) Fraser J considered an application to make a number of amendments to particulars of claim in a factually complex construction case. He gave permission to make some of the amendments, while denying others on the ground that the claimant had failed to comply with the terms of a previous court order. More significant perhaps is the warning given by Fraser J to the parties as to the way in which they had conducted the proceedings and his expectations of them for the future conduct of the litigation.

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