Royal Courts of Justice daily cause list 18 October 2022 (2022)

Royal Courts of Justice daily cause list 18 October 2022 (1)

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These lists are subject to change until 4:30pm. Any alterations after this time will be telephoned or emailed direct to the parties or their legal representatives.

1. Administrative Court daily cause list

Daily hearings in the Administrative Court sitting at London, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Manchester and Leeds.

1.1 For all Administrative Courts:

Once the court has been contacted arrangements will be made for you to attend. When considering the use of telephone and video technology the judiciary will have regard to the principles of open justice.. The court may exclude observers where necessary to secure the proper administration of justice.

1.2 Judgments

Judgments handed down by the judge remotely will be released by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to Bailii. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be not before time listed. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email.

1.3 London Administrative Court cause list

Due to coronavirus (COVID-19), the Administrative Court Office is working remotely till further notice. Dedicated team members are working remotely and will be dealing with business as usual and can be contacted via email:

  • listoffice@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk
  • generaloffice@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk
  • caseprogression@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk

If a representative of the media wishes to attend a remote hearing they should contact the listing officelistoffice@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk.

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List updated: 17 October 2022 2pm

Judge Time Venue Case details Type of hearing Additional information
LORD JUSTICE LEWIS and MR JUSTICE JAY 10.30am COURT 3 CO/2357/2022 C3 v Secretary Of State For Foreign Commonwealth And Development Affairs HEARING
LORD JUSTICE LEWIS and MR JUSTICE JAY 10.30am COURT 3 CO/2360/2022 C4 v Secretary Of State For Foreign Commonwealth And Development Affairs HEARING
MR JUSTICE MURRAY 10.30am COURT 2 CO/104/2022 El Diwany v Solicitors Regulation Authority Limited HEARING
MRS JUSTICE HEATHER WILLIAMS DBE 10am COURT 19 CO/3698/2022 Dsouza v Government Of The United States Of America HEARING
MRS JUSTICE HEATHER WILLIAMS DBE 10.30am COURT 19 CO/2143/2022 Zabkiewicz v Polish Judicial Authority Applications for Permission
MRS JUSTICE HEATHER WILLIAMS DBE 11am COURT 19 CO/1121/2022 Palinkas v Central District Court Of Pest (Hungary) Applications for Permission
MRS JUSTICE HEATHER WILLIAMS DBE 11.30am COURT 19 CO/852/2022 Petru Crudu v Romanian Judicial Authority Applications for Permission
MRS JUSTICE HEATHER WILLIAMS DBE 12pm COURT 19 CO/3798/2022 Central Criminal Court Of Almada (Portugal) v Andrade HEARING
PAUL BOWEN KC sitting as a Deputy Judge of the High Court 10.30am COURT 18 CO/3125/2022 The King on the application of Yr v Mayor And Burgesses Of The London Borough Of Lambeth HEARING

1.4 Planning Court cause list

List updated: 17 October 2022 2pm

Judge Time Venue Case details Type of hearing Additional information
MR JUSTICE HOLGATE 10.30am COURT 1 CO/323/2022 Norton St Phillip Parish Council v Mendip District Council HEARING
MR JUSTICE JOHNSON 10.30am CO/3345/2021 The King on the application of Harris v Environment Agency JUDGMENT HAND DOWN This judgment was handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to The National Archives. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be at Tuesday 18th October 2022 at 10.30am. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email to the listoffice@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk;

No Sittings

1.5 Birmingham Administrative Court cause list

A hearing before the Administrative Court in Birmingham is a public hearing unless otherwise specified. If any person or representative of the media wishes to attend a remote hearing they should contact the listing office in good time before the scheduled hearing on birmingham@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk

List updated: 17 August 2022 2pm

1.6 Bristol and Cardiff Administrative Court cause list

A hearing before the Administrative Court in Bristol or Cardiff is a public hearing unless otherwise specified. If any person or representative of the media wishes to attend a remote hearing they should contact the Cardiff Administrative Court office in good time before the scheduled hearing at cardiff@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk.

If you have any further enquiries please contact the Administrative Court Office by telephone 029 20376460 or alternatively on the email address above.

Cardiff

List updated: 17 October 2022 2pm

Judge Time Venue Case details Type of hearing Additional information
The Hon Mr Justice Griffiths 12.30pm Cardiff Civil Justice Centre CO/1832/2022 The King on the Application of Cox v Powys County Council Renewal In Person

Bristol

List updated: 30 June 2022 2pm

1.7 Manchester Administrative Court cause list

A hearing before the Administrative Court in Manchester is a public hearing unless otherwise specified. If any person or representative of the media wishes to attend a remote hearing they should contact the listing office in good time before the scheduled hearing, either by emailing manchester@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk or by calling 0161 240 5313.

List updated: 13 October 2022 2pm

1.8 Leeds Administrative Court cause list

A hearing before the Administrative Court in Leeds is a public hearing unless otherwise specified. If any person or representative of the media wishes to attend a remote hearing they should contact the listing office in good time before the scheduled hearing at leeds@administrativecourtoffice.justice.gov.uk.

If you have any other listing enquiries please contact the Administrative Court at Leeds by telephone on 0113 306 2578 or alternatively on the email address above.

List updated: 17 October 2022 2pm

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No Sittings

2. County Court at Central London hearing list for cases listed at the Royal Courts of Justice

Hearings for the County Court at Central London to be heard at the Thomas More Building, Royal Courts of Justice. Cases are also listed at Mayor’s and City of London Court, Guildhall Buildings, Basinghall Street, London, EC2V 5AR.

Requests from the media and others, including legal bloggers in the County Court at Central London, to attend a hearing should be made to the County Court at Central London enquiries.centrallondon.countycourt@justice.gov.uk or by calling 0300 123 5577.

Arrangements will then be made for you to attend.

When considering the use of telephone and video technology the judiciary will have regard to the principles of open justice.

The court may exclude observers where necessary to secure the proper administration of justice.

Civil courts at the Royal Courts of Justice

Requests from the media and others, including legal bloggers, should be made to Civil Court at the Royal Courts of Justice at mediaenquiries.civilcourtsatthercj@justice.gov.uk. Arrangements will then be made for you to attend.

When considering the use of telephone and video technology the judiciary will have regard to the principles of open justice.

The court may exclude observers where necessary to secure the proper administration of justice.

County Court at Central London cause list

List for 18 October 2022 updated: 17 October 2022 4:30pm

Judge Court Time Case Number Case Name Type of Hearing Time Estimate Additional Information
His Honour Judge Freeland KC 11 10:30am F06YY835 Mr Troy Cox v The Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis Multi track jury trial in person Day 12 of 12 Reserved
His Honour Judge Lethem 51 10am H00CL168 Denis McCarthy v Unique Pub Properties Gamma Limited Directions hearing in person one hour Reserved
10am H13YY085 Taylor Rose TTKW Limited v Maurice Amdur Application hearing in person 2 hours 30 minutes Reserved
2pm 025LR572 Mrs charlotte Anne Barber vSnow Chateaux Limited Costs and case management conference in person 2 hours
His Honour Judge Gerald 54 10:30am F10CL480 Mr Karmjit Singh Kang v Mr Parmjit Singh Kang and Kirpal Singh Kang and Mrs Gurdip Kaur Kang Application hearing in person Day 2 of 3.5 days
His Honour Judge Parfitt 57 10am 004LR726 Mr Connor Heath v Mr Alex Pullen and MCE Insurance Limited Costs and case management conference via MS Teams 1 hour
10am J00CL410 NOTTING HILL GENESIS v SUSANNAH THORPE Injuction hearing 1 hour
10am H55YJ400 Mr Gheorghe Hurmuz v Fairview Holdings Limited and Pentcourt Limited and Talent for Talent Limited Costs and case management conference via MS Teams 1 hour
10am J20CL066 Evolution Enabling Services Limited v HT Construct Limited Application hearing in person 1 hour
His Honour Judge Dight CBE 58 10am G04LV845 Mr Ezazul Uddin litigation friend Mrs Asma Begum v Wembley National Stadium Limited Approval hearing in person 1 hour Reserved
10am F10CL656 David Anthony Hinkel v Simmons and Simmons Llp Application hearing in person 1 hour 30 minutes Reserved
10am 3CL02443 DDD v Manchester City Council Protected Party Settlement in person 1 hour
His Honour Judge Saunders 59 10:30am G03CL103 Angermann Goddard and Lloyd Limited trading as AGL v Spink and Sons Limited Multi track in person Day 2 of 2
His Honour Judge Monty KC 60 2pm J10CL022 Mr Adam Khazragi v Yaashik Motors Limited and Modica Marble London Limited and Rajnikat Motiram Khatri and Minaxiben Rajnikant Khatri Case management hearing in person 2 hours Reserved
His Honour Judge Luba KC 61 10am G02EC215 Devendrakumar Jagjivan Vithlani v Seyfodin Noori Directions hearing in person 1 hour
10am J00CL158 Clarion Housing Association Limited v Shader Manuddin Application hearing in person 1 hour Reserved
10am H19YJ616 Mrs Margaret Kempson litigation friend Mr Harold Aspinall v Nationwide Mobility Limited Proteced party settlement hearing in person 1 hour
2pm J08YJ00 Ms Hayley Tyson v London Borough of Southwark Costs and case management conference via MS Teams 1 hour
2pm H00EC527 The Mayor and Burgess of the London Borough of Lambeth v Marquette Cain Case management conference in person 1 hour
Deputy District Judge Althaus 84 10am H01CL042 Miss Teagan Langhorne-Beguicia by litigation friend Miss Stacey Langhorne v AAS Balta Directions hearing via Teams 30 minutes
10:30am H02CL132 Wilmer Place Freehold Limited v 193-201 Stoke Newington Limited Application hearing via BT Meet Me 1 hour
11:45am 240MC763 Mr Onder Karaca v Mr Mahmod Hussian Application hearing via MS Teams 20 minutes
12:25pm J7QZ32M8 Mr Mauricemulvihill v Mr Vladimiro Dearajuro Application hearing via BT Meet Me 20 minutes
3:30pm J00MY338 Transport for London v Ulez v Daniel Gerald Conway Application hearing via BT Meet Me 30 minutes
Deputy District Judge Murphy 85 10am H01CL892 Mr Maisour Gram v Mr Balbir Singh Mann Application hearing in person 1 day
Recorder Lambert KC 86 12noon J8QZ4088 Pinnacle Property Management Limited v JPW Property Management Limited Application hearing via BT Meet Me 30 minutes
12:30pm J17YJ481 Chinta Balupuri v Lawrence Atuahene Application to set judgment aside via BT Meet Me 30 minutes
2pm J6QZ95F2 Bruten and Company Limited v Netherhall Educational Association Application hearing via BT Meet Me 30 minutes
3pm J02CL204 Olufemi Balogun v Hackney Council and Newlyn Plc Injuction hearing in person 30 minutes
3:30pm J00CL992 Mr Devraj Singh v Barts Health NHS Trust Application hearing via BT Meet Me 30 minutes
District Judge Worthington 87 12noon H52YJ265 Ms Soraya Salim v Genet Chewaka Directions hearing via BT Meet Me 30 minutes
12:30pm H0PP8016 Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea v Miss Laila Lakhal Appication hearing via BT Meet Me 30 minutes
2pm J03CL033 Westminster City Council v Ms Sahra Shar Injuction hearing in person 45 minutes
3pm J03CL028 Notting Hill Housing Trust v Ciro De-Melo Injuction hearing in person 1 hour
Deputy District Judge Redpath-Stevens 88 10am F77YJ280 Mr Marian Prisacaru and Mr Cristian Velesco and Mr Sergio Velesco and Mr Petru Atudosiei v Mr Orhan Ibrahim and Tradewise Insurance Services Limited Application hearing in person 3 hours
2pm H35YY608 LTH Hotels Sheffield Limited v OYO Technology and Hospitality UK Limited Application hearing in person 1 hour
3pm H36YY311 Chesterton Global Limited v Semha Limited Directions hearing via MS Teams 45 minutes

Insolvency and Companies at Central London cause list

List for 18 October 2022 updated: 17 October 2022 4:30pm

Judge Court Time Case Number Case Name Type of Hearing
District District Judge Hart 89 10:30am 891 of 2022 Doylester Seventy LLP Restored name via BT Meet Me
11am 1480 of 2021 Toto Energy Ltd in administration Extension of administration via BT Meet Me
11:30am 1320 of 2021 Twin Trading Limited in administration Extension of administration via BT Meet Me
2:15pm 1259 of 2022 GBG International Holding Company Limited In administration Company application via BT Meet Me
3pm 1492 of 2022 BM Retail Limited Company application via BT Meet Me
3:30pm 1588 of 2022 Carden Place General Partner Limited In Administration Extension of administration via BT Meet Me
District judge Revere 91 2pm 34 of 2021 Cukic A Adjourned Creditors Petition Hearing in person
4pm 81 of 2022 Williams R Adjourned Creditors Petition non attendance

Mayors and City Court cause list

List for 18 October 2022 Updated: 17 October 2022 4:30pm

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Judge Court Time Case Number Case Name Type of Hearing Time Estimate
Her Honour Judge Backhouse 1 10:30am F0QZ0Y6C Mr Pierre and Barbara Andre v Mr Neil Griffin Multi track trial in person Day 2 of 3
His Honour Judege Hellman 2 10:30am G31YJ749 Mr Adebola Oyinlade trading as Access Builders v Mrs Rosaline James Multi track trial in person Day 2 of 3
Deputy District Judge Smith 3 10am J02CL019 Arbuthinot Latham and Company Limited v Mr Martyn Robert Roberstson Possession substantive hearing in person 30 minutes
10am J01CL803 Adilsons Properties Limited v Mr Hassan Johar Hafed Possession substantive hearing in person 30 minutes
11am J02CL549 City of Westminster Council v John Lynch Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
11am J02CL538 Samalco Limited v Voya Travel Limited Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
11am J02CL536 Boon & Boom Limited v Mr Mohamed Chaabi Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
11am J01CL922 Westhills Crossing Limited v Ms Farah Ahmed and Persons Unknown Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
12noon J02CL556 Topgate Limited v Rachel Mbonbo Kalema Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
12noon J02CL578 Triplerose Limited v Steven Dangers Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
12noon J02CL571 LA Properties UK Limited v Ms Sabah Salah Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
12noon J02CL771 Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea v Personal Representative of Richard Cole Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
2pm J02CL597 Ian William Stanley as Personal Representative of Marlene Elsie, deceased v Mr Andre Martins De Sousa Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
2pm J02CL601 Youjia Limited v Pegasi Limited Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
2pm J02CL636 The Portman Estate nominees Limited and The Portman Estate nominees Limited v Sasa Thomann Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
2pm J02CL629 Allison Bradley v Gida Dankeh Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
3pm J02CL620 Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea v Personal Representative of Rudette Alexnder Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
3pm J02CL647 One Housing Group v Mr Brian Tannian Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
3pm J02CL530 London Borough of Camden v Mr Ahmed Mohamed Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
3pm J02CL518 Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea v Personal Representative of Lillian Elsie Ann Townsend, deceased and Mr Peter Townsend Possession substantive hearing in person 15 minutes
Deputy District Judge Jacob 10:45am J01CL904 Mr Freddie Jemmett by his litigation friend Mr Ashley Wolstenholme v Mrs Kelly Wolstenholme and AXA Insurance Plc Infant Settlement via MS Teams 30 minutes
11:15am 285MC186 Mr Alan Cooke v British Gas Services Limited Application hearing via BT Meet Me 40 minutes
12:30pm G70YJ640 Amna Khan v Commissioner of Police of The Metropolis Directions hearing via BT Meet Me 30 minutes
2pm H57YJ378 Steven Bingham v Apple Distribution International Limited Application hearing in person 2 hours

3. Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) daily cause list

Please note that advocates, whether appearing remotely or in person, are required to be robed for all hearings as from 1 October 2020.

If you are an interested party or the media and wish to attend any of the courts listed below, please contact courtclerks@criminalappealoffice.justice.gov.uk.

List for 18 October updated on 17 October 2022 at 1:30pm

Court Time Judges Case Details Additional Information
Court 4 10:30am Lord Justice Coulson, Mr Justice Cavanagh and Mrs Justice Hill 202201972 A3 Leroy Edwards Pre-con in booth 2 at 9:45am
202102791 B4 Elavi Vincent Dowie S.45/45a Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 applies and S.46 Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 may apply. Pre-con in booth 3 at 10:30am
202102979 B4 Elavi Vincent Dowie S.45/45a Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 applies and S.46 Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 may apply
202202143 A3 Jason Naylor Pre-con in booth 3 at 11am
202200615 A1 Endri Kostreni
202200776 A1 Ardit Zani
Court 9 10:30am Lord Justice Popplewell, Mr Justice Johnson and His Honour Judge Picton 202102201 B4 Charles Stevens 1992 Sexual Offences Act applies. Pre-con in booth 2 at 10:30am
202102203 B4 Charles Stevens 1992 Sexual Offences Act applies
202201626 A1 Pavel Levinte
202201011 A3 Damien Michael Carr Pre-con in booth 2 at 11am

4. Court of Appeal (Civil Division) daily cause list

4.1 Live Streaming of hearings at the Royal Courts of Justice

Most cases in the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) are now live streamed. More information about hearings to be live streamed can be found at the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) Live Stream site.

To view a live stream click on the case title in Court of Appeal (Civil Division) Live Stream site. There is no requirement to ask for permission from the Court.

4.2 Remote hearings and hybrid hearings

Members of the press or other interested persons who wish to view remote or hybrid open hearings should email civilappeals.listing@justice.gov.uk.

The present arrangements will be kept under review.

4.3 Handing down of judgments

Most reserved judgments are handed down remotely, by circulation to the parties or their representatives by email and publication on the National Archives site but sometimes they will be handed down in Court. In either case, advance notice will be published in the cause list.

List updated: 17 October 2022 1:58pm

Court Judge Time Hearing Division/Decision Case details Type of hearing Additional information
70 President of the Family Division, Lord Justice Moylan and Lord Justice Dingemans Not before 10:30am Appeal From High Court CA-2022-000580 A (Children) This appeal will be live streamed
71 Lord Justice Lewison, Lord Justice Singh and Lady Justice Whipple Not before 10:30am Appeal From Administrative Court and Planning Court CA-2022-000432 The King on the application of Thurston Parish Council v Mid Suffolk District Council & Ors This appeal will be live streamed
CA-2022-000435 The King on the application of Thurston Parish Council v Mid Suffolk District Council & Ors
74 Lady Justice Macur, Lady Justice Nicola Davies and Lady Justice Carr Not before 10:30am Appeal From High Court Business and Property Court CA-2022-000219 Dooley and others v Castle Trust & Management Services LTD This appeal will be live streamed
67 Lord Justice Bean, Lord Justice Phillips and Lord Justice Nugee Not before 10:30am Appeal From Upper Tribunal CA-2022-000853 Avon Ground Rents Limited v Stampfer
75 Lord Justice Peter, Lord Justice Baker and Lord Justice Warby Not before 10:30am Appeal From Court of Protection CA-2022-001676 JV ( by their litigation friend the official solicitor) v CE & Ors
63 Lady Justice Asplin, Lord Justice Arnold and Lady Justice Elisabeth Laing 10am Appeal From Business and Property Courts CA-2021-003153 Optis Cellular Technology LLC & Ors v Apple Retail UK Limited & Ors This appeal will be live streamed

4.4 Notices for Judgment

Date Time Court Division/Decision Case details
Wednesday 19 October 2pm This judgment will be handed down remotely From Business and Property Courts CA-2022-000662 Kynaston-Mainwaring v GVE London Limited
Wednesday 19 October 10:30am This judgment will be handed down remotely From Central London County Court CA-2022-000320 Norton v London Borough of Haringey
Thursday 20 October 10:30am This judgment will be handed down remotely From Queen’s Bench Division CA-2022-000161 Al-Subaihi & Another - v - Al-Sanea
Friday 21 October 10am This judgment will be handed down remotely From High Court CA-2021-000720 Faulkner & Ors v Vollin Holdings Limited & Ors
Tuesday 25 October 10am This judgment will be handed down remotely From High Court Business and Property Court CA-2022-000591 Bacci & Ors v Green

5. Family Division

Any application made after 1 March 2022 will be listed as an in person hearing unless an application for it to be heard remotely has been made prior to the hearing and granted by a judge. All other hearings will be listed in accordance with the direction of the judge at the previous hearing.

Accredited members of the press or legal bloggers who wish to attend remote hearing should email their request to rcj.familyhighcourt@justice.gov.uk who will forward your email details to the Associates Team. Please can requests be emailed the day before the hearing or, if possible, no later than 9.30 am on the day of the hearing.

The present arrangements will be kept under review

5.1 Court of Protection (Royal Courts of Justice)

Any application made after 1 March 2022 will be listed as an in person hearing unless an application for it to be heard remotely has been made prior to the hearing and granted by a judge. All other hearings will be listed in accordance with the direction of the judge at the previous hearing.

Accredited members of the press or legal bloggers who wish to attend remote hearing should email their request to rcj.familyhighcourt@justice.gov.uk who will forward your email details to the Associates Team. Please can requests be emailed the day before the hearing or, if possible, no later than 9.30 am on the day of the hearing.

The present arrangements will be kept under review.

5.2 Tipstaff

If your application requires the services of the Tipstaff, please telephone 020 7947 6200 or 020 7947 6713 and speak to the Tipstaff before attending court or making your application.

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  1. Unlisted applications may only be made to the Applications Court if they are urgent, and the urgency arises from some very recent development or circumstance. An application must not be made to the Applications Court simply because it is not on notice to the other party or parties, unless it is urgent as defined above. All other applications, whether on notice or not, must first be issued, with a proper time estimate, and listed on a date given by the Clerk of the Rules.
  2. Except in circumstances of extreme urgency, applications must be made at 10.30am and not at any later time.
  3. No application may be made to the High Court Applications Court which is capable of being made to a lower tier of judge.

5.3 Judgments

The Judgment will be handed down by the judge in Court X at 1030 am on Y day of Z 2022. The attendance of the parties and their legal representatives is excused unless the judge has directed to the contrary. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down will be automatically sent to the advocates and any litigants in person shortly thereafter

5.4 Family Division cause list

List for 18 October 2022. Updated 17 October 2022 3:50pm

Judge Time Venue Type Case Number Case Name Additional information
Mr Justice Mostyn 10:30am Court 50 Applications in Court as in Chambers ZZ21D08883
Mr Justice Keehan 10am Court 41 Applications in Court as in Chambers ZE21P02012
Mr Justice Keehan 10am Court 41 Applications in Court as in Chambers ZE21P01945
Mr Justice Keehan (Also sitting as a Judge of the Court of Protection) 10am MS Teams For Hearing in Open Court COP 13407956 Re: NJ
Mr Justice Keehan 10:30am Court 41 Applications in Court as in Chambers ZW21C00355
Mr Justice Keehan 2pm Court 41 Applications in Court as in Chambers ZC21C00489
Mr Justice Francis 2pm MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers FD22P00945
Sir Jonathan Cohen (Sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 10:30am Court 40 For Hearing in Open Court FD-2022-000190 Rahman
Mr Justice Williams 10:30am Court 34 Applications in Court as in Chambers ME20C00364
Mrs Justice Lieven 9:30am MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers WR20P00080
Mrs Justice Lieven (Also sitting as a Judge of the Court of Protection) 10:30am MS Teams For Hearing in Open Court COP 13627568 Re: LJT
Mrs Justice Lieven 2pm MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers CV22C50070
Mrs Justice Lieven 3pm MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers CV21C01255
Mrs Justice Lieven 4pm MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers LN88/2022 Hearing not open to the media
Mr Justice Peel 10:30am MS Teams Urgent high court applications in court as in chambers FD18P00446 Please refer to Tipstaff Notice
Mr Justice Peel 10:30am Court 42 Urgent high court applications in court as in chambers FD22P00607 Please refer to Tipstaff Notice
Mr Justice Peel 10:30am MS Teams Urgent high court applications in court as in chambers FD22P00357 Please refer to Tipstaff Notice
Mr Justice Peel 10:30am MS Teams Urgent high court applications in court as in chambers FD22P00383 Please refer to Tipstaff Notice
Mr Justice Peel 10:30am Court 42 Urgent high court applications in court as in chambers FD22F05007 Please refer to Tipstaff Notice
Mrs Justice Arbuthnot 10:30am MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers FD21P01008
Mrs Justice Arbuthnot 2pm MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers FD22P00381
Mrs Justice Arbuthnot 2pm MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers FD22P00644
Mrs Justice Morgan (Also sitting as a Judge of the Court of Protection) 10:30am Court 44 For Hearing in Open Court COP 14002021 Re: CL
Mrs Justice Morgan (Also sitting as a Judge of the Court of Protection) 2pm MS Teams For Hearing in Open Court COP 13961633 Re: RG
His Honour Judge Scarratt (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 3:30am MS Teams Applications in Court as in Chambers FD22P00461 Judgment
His Honour Judge Robin Rowland (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 10am MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P04293
His Honour Judge Robin Rowland (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 10:30am MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P04075
His Honour Judge Robin Rowland (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 11:30am MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P04060
His Honour Judge Robin Rowland (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 2pm MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P04343
His Honour Judge Lewis (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 10am MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P04423
His Honour Judge Lewis (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 11am MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P00355
His Honour Judge Lewis (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 2pm MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P04439
Her Honour Judge de Bertodano (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 12noon MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P04234
Her Honour Judge de Bertodano (Also sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 2pm MS Teams National DOLS Court in Chambers FD22P04253
Mr P Hopkins KC (Sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge) 10:30am Court 39 Applications in Court as in Chambers FD22P00291 CVP Hybrid Hearing

6. King’s Bench Division Judges cause list

List for 18 October 2022. Updated 17 October 2022 14:18pm

Judge Time Hearing Case details Type of hearing Additional information
Mr Justice Soole 10:30am Court 15 QA-2021-000254 Nduka v Origin Housing Stevenage Application notice Unrobed
Mrs Justice Yip 10am MS Teams or Court 17 Applications without Notice Application notice For details on accessing the hearing, please email kbjudgeslistingoffice@justice.gov.uk
Mrs Justice Yip 2pm MS Teams or Court 17 Applications without Notice Application notice For details on accessing the hearing, please email kbjudgeslistingoffice@justice.gov.uk
Mrs Justice Farbey 10am Court 16 (CVP) UA-2021-000404-GIRF Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council v Harron and The Information Commissioner Application to commit Robed
Mrs Justice Farbey 10am Court 16 (CVP) UA-2022-000032-GIRF Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council v Harron and The Information Commissioner Application to commit Robed
Mr Justice Ritchie 10:30am QB-2021-000005 CDE v Surrey & Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust For judgment Covid-19 Protocol: This judgment will be handed down by the judge remotely by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and release to The National Archives. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be 10:30am on 18 October 2022.
Mr Justice Ritchie 10:30am Court 12 QB-2021-003850 LIZ v Bostan Application notice Unrobed
Mr Justice Cotter 10:30am Court 14 QB-2022-001371 The Royal Borough of Greenwich v Persons Unknown Final claim hearing and application notice Unrobed
His Honour Judge Lickley KC (Sitting as a Judge of the High Court) 10:30am Court 11 QB-2020-002740 SS v Essex County Council To be mentioned Unrobed
Winston Hunter KC (Sitting as a Deputy Judge of the High Court) 10:30am Court 13 QB-2017-000047 LXH v Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust To be mentioned Unrobed

7. King’s Bench Masters Daily Cause List

Daily hearings before the King’s Bench Masters.

7.1 Press and Public Access

Any media representative (or any other member of the public) wishing to attend a remote hearing should provide an email address and contact number to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contact KBMastersListing@justice.gov.uk putting the hearing date and time in the subject box.

7.2 Judgments

Judgments handed down by the Master remotely will be released by circulation to the parties’ representatives by email and released to The National Archives. The date and time for hand-down will be deemed to be not before time listed. A copy of the judgment in final form as handed down can be made available after that time, on request by email.

7.3 Bundles

In-person hearings – bundles must be provided in hard-copy at least 3 days before the hearing. These may be brought to the Bear Garden for delivery.

Remote hearings – these should be provided electronically to the Master and/or their clerk at least 3 days before the hearing. Please refer to the masters’ remote directions within the hearing notice for specific instructions.

7.4 In-Person hearings

The masters’ chambers are limited to 4 attendees. If there are more attendees expected, please contact the masters’ clerk as soon as possible to advise to see if a suitable alternative can be found.

King’s Bench Guide 2022

Current trial windows

List for 18 October 2022. Updated 15 October 2022 2:19pm

Judge Time Room Case details Type of hearing Additional information
Master Sullivan 10:30am MS Teams QB-2021-001956-Adkins v University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust Urgent & short application
Master Sullivan 11:15am MS Teams QB-2022-002063 SYZ v Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Urgent & short application
Master Sullivan 12 noon MS Teams QB-2021-002408 JJ1 v Baker & or Urgent & short application
Master Gidden 2:30pm MS Teams QB-2018-000902 Square Developments Richmond Ltd -v- Simon Blakebrough & ors Urgent & short application
Master Fontaine, Senior Master and King’s Remembrancer Official court business
Master Fontaine, Senior Master and King’s Remembrancer Official court business
Master Eastman 11:30am Room E116 - in person QB-2022-000238 Falcon v East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust Costs CMC
Master Eastman 2pm Telephone QB-2022-001444 Lawrence v Lawrence CMC
Master Eastman 4pm Telephone QB-2020-003622-Bigham v University College London Hospital Application hearing
Master McCloud 11:15am Room E117 - in person QB-2022-000681 Craft Development SCI v Actis LLP & ors Application hearing
Master McCloud 2pm MS Teams C10CI372 and EN84/2022 Beniot v Amevor Application hearing
Master Cook 10:30am Room E112 - in person QB-2021-001498 Cole v Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust Costs CMC
Master Cook 11:30am MS Teams QB-2021-000191 Robus v Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust & or Application hearing
Master Cook 2pm Room E112 - in person QB-2021-003238 Mysko v Savov Costs CMC
Master Cook 3pm MS Teams QB-2019-001495 Morris-Warren v Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust Approval hearing
Master Davison 10:30am Official court business
Master Davison 2pm Official court business
Master Thornett 10:30am Room E103 - in person QB-2021-002053 Taylor v EUI Limited Costs CMC
Master Thornett 12 noon MS Teams QB-2021-002784 Hogan v Ministry of Defence Costs CMC
Master Thornett 2pm Room E103 - in person QB-2021-000541 Ryder v Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust Costs CMC
Master Gidden 11am MS Teams QB-2020-004623 Da Silva v Fidelidade - Companhia de Seguros, SA CMC
Master Gidden 2pm MS Teams QB-2021-003586 Balkwill v Tesco Stores Limited CMC
Master Gidden 3:30pm MS Teams QB-2021-004123 Pasricha v Kedward CMC
Master Sullivan 10:30am Applications
Master Sullivan 2pm Official court business
Master Dagnall 10:30am Room E110 - in person QB-2021-003619 Hope Capital Limited & Hope Capital 2 Limited v Alexander Reece Thomson LLP Application hearing
Master Dagnall 2pm Applications
Master Stevens Not sitting
Master Stevens Not sitting
Master Brown Official court business
Master Brown Official court business

8. Senior Courts Costs Office daily cause list

Hearings in the Senior Courts Costs Office will be held in person unless the notice of hearing has directed otherwise.

Any media representative or member of the public wishing to attend a remote hearing should provide an email address to be sent an appropriate link for access. Please contactscco@justice.gov.ukputting the hearing date and time in the subject box.

List updated: 17 Oct 2022 2:15pm

Court Judge Time Case Name Case Number Type of hearing
94 Costs Judge Leonard 10:30am PME and another v The Scout Association SC-2017-DAT-006054 Detailed Assessment
96 Costs Judge Brown 10:30am AB (A Protected Party Proceeding By his Lit. Fr. Db) v Smiths Gloucester ltd SC-2021-APP-000191 Application

9. Getting email alerts

Subscribe to receive court list email alerts by email from HMCTS.

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FAQs

How do I find the result of a court case UK? ›

The Case Tracker allows users to search for information on applications or appeals in the Court of Appeal, Civil Division. Users are also able to search for information on applications or appeals heard in the last 31 days.

What is a daily cause list? ›

the daily commercial court cause list. The Cause List shows the time, Court, and Judge for each Commercial Court hearing. The Cause List is published on the Ministry of Justice website. It is updated in the afternoon of each working day during Legal Term to show the information for the next day's hearings.

Can you watch UK court cases online? ›

Most cases from the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) are live-streamed on the judiciary's YouTube channel.

What cases are heard at the Royal Courts of Justice? ›

The Court of Appeal hears appeals in criminal matters from the Crown Court and in civil matters from the High Court. It also hears appeals on points of law from the County Courts, Magistrates' Courts and certain Tribunals.

How can you find out the outcome of a court case? ›

The verdict

If you are a victim or witness in the case and have left the court before the trial has ended and would like to know the outcome of the case, you can contact the person who asked you to come to court. They will be able to give you the information on the sentence.

Are court results public UK? ›

For the first time, the retention and preservation of judgments from courts and tribunals in England and Wales is guaranteed under primary legislation, as is the right for the public to obtain access to these documents.

Can the media attend my court case? ›

Newspapers routinely report what happens in court as part of making sure justice happens fairly. It is important that the public is told about what happens so they can see justice in action, commonly known as 'open justice'. Journalists often go to court to report on the cases being heard.

What is a cause list in legal terms? ›

a list of cases awaiting a hearing.

What does for mention mean in court? ›

A case is listed for mention if there is an administrative matter to be ruled upon before the main trial can proceed (or proceed any further). For example, the judge may need to rule whether a certain piece of evidence can be used in court.

Where can I watch UK court cases? ›

Some courts stream some or all of their hearings online for people to watch: Supreme Court live streaming. Court of Appeal (Civil Division) live streaming. Competition Appeal Tribunal live streaming.

What are the 3 main kinds of cases that the Supreme Court will hear? ›

More specifically, federal courts hear criminal, civil, and bankruptcy cases.

What does committal for sentence mean? ›

A committal for sentence happens when magistrates have found someone guilty of a crime but they think their sentencing powers are not enough. The magistrates transfer the case to the Crown Court where a higher sentence can be imposed. The magistrates decided to commit the guilty party to the Crown Court for sentencing.

Is it illegal to talk about a court case UK? ›

Publicly commenting on a court case

You might be in contempt of court if you speak publicly or post on social media. For example, you should not: say whether you think a person is guilty or innocent.

Where can I see cases? ›

How To Find Free Case Law Online
  • Introduction.
  • Google Scholar.
  • CourtListener.
  • Caselaw Access Project.
  • FindLaw.
  • Justia.
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Where can I watch court streaming? ›

You can get Court TV on Roku by installing the app from the Roku Channel Store. Launch the Channel Store and use the search function to find the app.

Are court case outcomes public record? ›

Judgments and orders

Any Judgment or Order made 'in public' is a public document and automatically available to the public. The general rule is that all hearings are in public, subject to the court's discretion to order a hearing to be held in private.

Can you find out what someone has been charged with UK? ›

There are different procedures for obtaining criminal records for England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. But any criminal records search will require, at the very least, the name of the person whose records you're seeking, and documentation demonstrating that you have a need to obtain such records.

Are court cases evidence public? ›

Court judgments are public records that are accessible to everyone. However, court documents are not available for public access.

How long can a trial be delayed UK? ›

Defendants, victims including teenagers, and witnesses are having to wait up to four years from the time of an alleged offence to the case reaching crown court trial because of delays caused mainly by Covid.

Can you read court transcripts online UK? ›

Thanks to the internet and search platforms, the public are now able to make a UK court record search online.

How do I find someone's court records? ›

There are three ways to look at court records: Go to the courthouse and ask to look at paper records. Go to the courthouse and look at electronic court records. If your court offers it, look at electronic records over the internet.

Can a newspaper write about me without permission? ›

Journalists are normally allowed to publish photos, comments and information from social media profiles, forums or blogs if there are no privacy settings protecting them and they do not show anything private. Journalists may publish information about you which is in the public domain.

Can you keep your name out of the paper? ›

A publication ban is a court order prohibiting the media or public from disseminating certain details pertaining to an otherwise public judicial proceeding. The purpose is to protect the privacy and welfare of certain parties, while still enabling their participation in the justice system.

Can I use a video in my phone for court? ›

Using cell phone video as evidence in court is certainly possible, but this evidence is not always guaranteed to be admissible. If you would like to use cell phone evidence in your case, your attorney will have to convince the judge that the video footage is both relevant to your case and reliable.

What are the 4 types of cases? ›

The new “Four Types of Cases” encompass the following types of cases:
  • They are major, difficult, complex, or sensitive;
  • They involve mass disputes or cause widespread societal concern, which might affect social stability;
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What is a good cause example? ›

Other examples of good cause include fraud or embezzlement, violation of federal, state, or local law, harassment of employees or customers, use of alcohol or drugs in the workplace, carrying weapons in the workplace, or failure to comply with safety rules or regulations.

What are the four elements of a cause of action? ›

The points a plaintiff must prove to win a given type of case are called the "elements" of that cause of action. For example, for a claim of negligence, the elements are: the (existence of a) duty, breach (of that duty), proximate cause (by that breach), and damages.

How long can a court case stay open UK? ›

Section 127 of the Magistrates' Courts Act 1980 states that normally: a magistrates' court shall not try an information or hear a complaint unless the information was laid, or the complaint made, within 6 months from the time when the offence was committed, or the matter of complaint arose. ...

How long does it take for a case to go to court? ›

Time between being charged and the first hearing: 34 days. Time between the first hearing and completion at the magistrates': 9 days. Time between the sending of the case to Crown Court to the start of trial: 119 days. Time between the start of the trial and the completion of the trial: 50 days.

What happens during court mention? ›

All summary cases begin as a mention hearing. In this hearing: the charge (the crime or offence) is read out to the accused person. the accused person can plead guilty (which means they agree they have done the crime) or not guilty.

Can you find out what someone has been charged with UK? ›

There are different procedures for obtaining criminal records for England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. But any criminal records search will require, at the very least, the name of the person whose records you're seeking, and documentation demonstrating that you have a need to obtain such records.

Are court case outcomes public record? ›

Judgments and orders

Any Judgment or Order made 'in public' is a public document and automatically available to the public. The general rule is that all hearings are in public, subject to the court's discretion to order a hearing to be held in private.

Can I lookup a county court case Online Uk? ›

You can search for details of any judgments against you on the register of judgments. You'll have to pay a small fee - each search costs between £6 and £10.

Are court cases evidence public? ›

Court judgments are public records that are accessible to everyone. However, court documents are not available for public access.

Does your criminal record clear after 7 years UK? ›

Since 2006, the police retain details of all recordable offences until you reach 100 years of age. Your conviction will always show on your police records but the conviction may not show on your criminal record check that is used for employment vetting purposes.

Can I find out if my boyfriend has a criminal record? ›

People can approach the Police proactively and ask about their new boyfriend or partner's past police record. This is known as the “right to ask”.

What convictions are never spent UK? ›

The following sentences are exempt from the 1974 Act and can never become spent: a. Sentence of imprisonment for life; b. Sentence of imprisonment, youth custody, detention in a young offender institution or corrective training of over 4 years; c.

How do I find someone's court records? ›

There are three ways to look at court records: Go to the courthouse and ask to look at paper records. Go to the courthouse and look at electronic court records. If your court offers it, look at electronic records over the internet.

How do I find public court records UK? ›

You'll need to apply to the relevant court or tribunal to access court or tribunal records. You can find the rules for accessing these records in: Criminal Procedure Rules and Practice Directions 2020.

Can anyone watch a court case UK? ›

Court and tribunal hearings in England and Wales usually take place in public. This means you can observe them whether you're a journalist, academic or member of the public.

How many points will my credit score go up when a CCJ is removed? ›

Will my credit score go up after County Court Judgement removal? Your credit score should increase considerably once your CCJ is removed from your credit record. However, it is hard to be specific as credit scores are always dependent on a number of factors. On average, our clients' scores increase by 200 points.

Do I have to pay a CCJ after 6 years? ›

What happens if a CCJ is still unpaid after six years? The CCJ will be removed from the Register and your credit file after six years. During these six years, the creditor and the court can take further action you. It's very risky to wait for a CCJ to 'drop off' your credit file.

Where can I find local court cases online? ›

PACER allows anyone with an account to search and locate appellate, district, and bankruptcy court case and docket information. Register for a PACER account. Use the PACER Case Locator if you are not sure which specific federal court the case was filed.

What documents are not admissible as evidence? ›

It held that the secondary data found in CD's, DVD's, and Pendrive are not admissible in the Court proceedings without a proper authentic certificate according to Section 65B(4) of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.

Can photocopies be used as evidence in court? ›

Photocopies are secondry evidence. The primary evidence is the original copy which is admissible in evidence. However if the party states that the original is lost or is in possession of the opposite party and gives notice to produce the original, photocopy may be admitted.

How do I find out the outcome of a court case NSW? ›

How to search
  1. Select the 'Search online' button.
  2. Log in to the NSW Online Registry, or create your account.
  3. Follow the prompts to search for a case.
  4. Select the relevant case and the appropriate tab to view different types of information.
  5. If you cannot find your case, select the 'Find your case' button.
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