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The February 2020 edition of the Personal Injury Law Journal includes an article by Harriet Wakeman entitled “Payments on Account of Costs: Putting the Cart Before the Horse?”.
The article examines the decision of X v Hull & East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust (Unreported, Sheffield County Court 25/02/19). The case concerned a court’s power to award interim payments on account of costs in lengthy litigation.
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