Markham v O'Hara (formerly Moira Karsten)

Practice – Pre-trial or post-judgment relief. The judge had made no error in principle and had reached a discretionary decision that had been open to him in ordering that a freezing order against the appellant would be discharged except in relation to French chattels. However, the Court of Appeal, Civil Division, varied the condition that the appellant provide a residential address before the partial discharge could take effect, so that it allowed for the possibility for the appellant, if he had no residential address, to set out relevant details with full particularity in a witness statement.

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