Rochefoucauld 2018-4-13 12:37
Slowhead 2018-6-2 21:41
"I think the Judge was saying:
(1) The application for an injunction in that case shouldn't've been made ex-parte; and
(2) The applicant has failed to disclose what the Judge said in para 10 to 16 to the Deputy judge, who had granted the applicant the injunction.
There is a duty for the parties to disclosure all the relevant information to the court. So, what he said "serious material non-disclosure" is not a "legal principle" which could become a topic for LLB student. I think it is just "common sense" to any legally trained person, student or practitioner.
Because the applicant has failed to "[i]makes full and frank disclosure to the judge hearing the ex parte application" [/i](para. 10). S/he should pay the legal costs.
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