Davies and others v Morris

Practice – Set aside. It was not possible to say that there were no realistic prospects that new and supressed material might not have changed the outcome of the proceedings or that there was no real danger that the defendant's dishonest conduct, if established, had had the effect of influencing the outcome of those proceedings. Accordingly, the Chancery Division refused to strike out the claimants' claim, seeking he rescission of the judge's judgment that the deceased had retained his domicile of origin in England and Wales, and to give judgment in the defendant's favour.

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