Final Chancery modernisation review report published
Following the October consultation, Briggs LJ published his final report on modernising the procedures and practices of the Chancery Division this month.
In the report, Briggs LJ recognised the well-regarded service provided by the Chancery Division to higher-value business and property disputes but made more than 100 recommendations aimed at modernising the service…
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