Practice – Summary judgment. When the defendant purported to terminate a haulage and warehousing agreement with the claimant, the claimant issued proceedings alleging breach of the contractual arrangements between them based on conduct over the preceding years. The defendant applied for summary judgment. The Queen's Bench Division dismissed the claims, but allowed the claimant an opportunity to re-formulate its claim in respect of periods not covered by variations to the agreements where it was possible that a re-worked claim would have a real prospect of success.