Fundamental dishonesty: where are we now?

Crossed fingers

What constitutes fundamental dishonesty has been left to the discretion of the court with no definition provided within the CPR. Kerry Underwood suggests this could all change very soon, with a decision by the Supreme Court imminent.

 

 

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