Practice – Pre-trial or post-judgment relief. The first defendant's application to vary a previous freezing order to enable payment to be made to a property company would be permitted. The Chancery Division held, amongst other things, that the sum sought was not a large sum in the scale of the litigation. On the facts, it was to be made in order to preserve a planning position and was in no way untoward, but was instead entirely reasonable, and a payment that the court ought to permit.