Geoffrey Vos, ‘Professionalism in Property’

… The problem is well-known and can be shortly stated. Property legislation in recent years has bifurcated the responsibility for determining specific property disputes in numerous areas between the courts and the tribunals, such that in a significant number of cases, the parties have no choice but to engage in both types of proceeding. This increases the costs, causes additional delay, and in some cases, stress and frustration associated with an illogical judicial process. Many of the parties in this area are litigants in person and many are vulnerable … (more)

Sir Geoffrey Vos, Chancellor of the High Court, Professionalism in Property Conference 9 May 2018.

First posted 2018-05-10 07:01:36

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