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Judge says it was ‘deeply alarming’ to discover that appellant planned to spend £1.24m on a day and a half in court.
Sitting in the High Court, Mr Justice Foskett exercised the court’s discretion to award non-party costs in ‘exceptional circumstances’.
Judge says parties had signed consent order that would result in costs assessed on standard basis.