*Rawding v Seaga UK Limited

Practice – Appeal. In County Court proceedings, the defendant was unsuccessful. He appealed seeking to admit fresh evidence on appeal. He had previously tried to adduce that evidence prior to judgement being given in the county Court but the judge had refused the application. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division allowed the application on the basis that the case was not one of those typical cases in which the evidence had come to light after the proceedings had been concluded indicating that the trial court had been deliberately misled.

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