Howlett and another v Davies and another

Costs – Taxation. The district judge had been entitled to have found that the claimants' personal injury claim had been 'fundamentally dishonest' and, hence, that CPR 44.16(1) applied. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division in dismissing the appeal, held that the relevant points in relation to dishonesty had been adequately foreshadowed in the insurer's defence and sufficiently explored during the oral evidence.

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