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I can't help but share Anon @ 10:34's concern about the different treatment of claims in PI.
It appears from the article above that the judgment indicated that "the solicitor from Stoffel & Co did not allege fraud in his witness statement" was a key factor. Yet in PI we have the situation where fundamental dishonesty does not have to be mentioned at all yet it is still fair game for the Defendant to throw it in at the end of the case, Columbo style, when it appears that all is lost.
This judgment leaves an unpleasant taste in the mouth.
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