Practice - Civil litigation - Case management – . A district judge had had jurisdiction to set aside her own judgment in circumstances where the judgment had been against a non-attendant entity which had not been a party to the proceedings prior to the hearing. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, dismissing the appeal, held that the non-attendant party had not had the opportunity to give notice of its non-attendance and the district judge had had power under CPR 27.11 to set aside her own judgment.