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Limited assets: meeting reasonable needs – is there enough to go around?

Apr 29, 2020, 13:36 PM
This article seeks to address the pragmatic approach lawyers must take in seeking to achieve the best result possible for the lay client.
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Tom Hynes, Oriel Chambers

 

This article seeks to address the pragmatic approach lawyers must take in seeking to achieve the best result possible for the lay client. It provides a short analysis of the judicial approach to the concept of need and its limitations as a concept; and concludes with some pointers for those representing both payers and payees in small money cases.


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