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T v L [2021] EWHC 2147 (Fam)

Inherent jurisdiction costs The first and second respondents sought an order that their costs, which exceeded £215,000, would be met in full by K (the vulnerable person who was the subject of the proceedings). The court made no order as to costs, the judge noting that "it is my view that no order for costs is likely to be the appropriate starting point in welfare-oriented proceedings under the inherent jurisdiction concerning a vulnerable adult".

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Categorised under "COP costs cases" as it is similar to those cases.

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Full judgment: BAILII

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Date: 29/7/21🔍

Court: High Court (Family Division)🔍

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Published: 30/9/21 13:01

Cached: 2021-10-28 04:50:03