||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 453 (Jul)
||Queen's Bench Division
||John Crosfill (instructed by Banharally & Co) for the claimant.
||Dermot Woolgar (instructed by Roebuck & Co) for the defendant.
||30 July 2002
Limitation of action - Action on judgment - Action - Claimant seeking to enforce judgment after 10 years - Whether execution of judgment barred after six years - RSC Ord 46, r 2(1).
Time ought not to be extended under RSC Ord46, r2(1), in circumstances where the six years had expired, save where it was demonstrably just to do so. That did not mean that it simply had to be just, since demonstrably indicated a stronger meaning, such as plainly just.
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