Practice – Pre-trial or post-judgment relief. A freezing injunction had been made in respect of a company of which MW was director. The company and MW were found to be in contempt of the order because of disputed payments made in discharge of repayment of a loan and for outstanding arrears of rent. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, allowed the appeal by the company and MW on the grounds that the judge had taken too narrow a view of the payments which had, in the circumstances, been made in the ordinary course of business and so fell within an exception to the freezing order.