Khan v Khan and another

Practice and procedure – Strike out. The Chancery Division struck out claims brought against the defendants, which alleged, amongst other things, that the first defendant (the claimant's father) had, in breach of his fiduciary duty, ousted the claimant from a partnership. The claimant had claimed, among other things, adverse possession, a lien over property and an entitlement to a share in assets of the second defendant company. The court held that the claims had no realistic prospects of success and that the defendants were entitled to have them struck out.

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