Practice – Summary judgment. The Chancery Division made rulings in the defendants' application for summary judgment, in proceedings relating to the administration of a pension scheme. The court held that the parts of the claim against the first defendant, which the defendants sought to have struck out, would be allowed to remain, as the claimants had a realistic and not merely fanciful prospect of success on the issue of novation. The proceedings against the second defendant were be struck out on the basis that they were time-barred.