||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 244 (Nov)
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Simon Brown, May and Clarke LJJ
||Paul Epstein (instructed by Robert Thompson LLB) for the claimant.
||Jeremy Johnson (instructed by Dolmans, Cardiff) for the defendants.
||18 November 2002
Practice and procedure - Unless order - Peremptory order for disclosure - Failure to comply - Person making disclosure statement not proper authorised officer - Discretion to strike out claim
Although under the provisions of the a corporate body might act as a director or company secretary of a company, a person who was himself authorised by such a corporation to make a statement of truth on the company's behalf would not be a properly authorised officer.
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