|| All ER (D) 114 (Dec)
||Anthony Hudson (instructed by Nuala Cosgrove) for the newspaper.
||Stuart Ritchie (instructed by Addleshaw Goddard) for the defendant.
||8 December 2004
Practice and procedure - Disclosure - Documents - Newspaper seeking documents relating to court proceedings - Entitlement to copies of documents - Open justice - CPR 5.4(5)(b), SI 1998/3132.
The general tenor of the established case authorities was in favour of disclosure to the public of materials which, in proceedings in open court, had entered into the public domain. The reference to documents which had been read in open court had to be regarded as including the pleadings and witness statements, which had been confirmed in general terms by their makers and stood as evidence in chief.
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