||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 349 (May)
|| EWHC 1205 (Ch)
Sir Andrew Morritt V-C
||David Kitchin QC and Adrian Speck (instructed by Schillings) for the claimants.
||Bruce Carr (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) as advocate to the court.
||23 May 2003
Practice and procedure - Parties - Identification and description - Power of court to grant interlocutory relief against parties not identified by name - CPR 3.10.
The court had power to grant interlocutory relief against a defendant described otherwise than by name. The proper application of CPR 3.10 was incompatible with a conclusion that the joinder of a defendant by description rather than name was for that reason alone impermissible.
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