||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 51 (Jan)
||Robin Hollington QC (instructed by Warren Thomas, Milton Keynes) for H.
||Kelvin Rutledge (instructed by Green & Rawlings, High Wycombe) for Trax Ltd.
||15 January 2001
Practice - Order - Application to set aside - Failure to disclose variation of articles of association - Whether court having jurisdiction to set aside order.
It was established law that the court did not have jurisdiction to set aside its own order once it had been drawn up, since it was in the public interest that there should be finality in litigation. Even in cases of fraud, the correct course of action for the aggrieved party was to appeal.
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