One comment on “Grace v Blackhorse Court of Appeal ruling- my view as the fee earner responsible for the case

  1. Also the clincher for me , “Thirdly, there is nothing in Miss Urell’s point that Mr Grace defaulted before his agreement had been declared unenforceable (and that on the court’s own motion). The default registration was not made until after the judgment declaring unenforceability, and asserted that he continued after that judgment to be a defaulter”.
    It appears that the lender was a little perturbed at losing the judgement, and decided to play tit for tat.Fortunately the appeal judges could see through the rouse and made a correct determination.

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