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1. What is the duty of the court, barristers, and solicitors

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1. What is the duty of the court, barristers, and solicitors to a Litigant in person. what case law is there in this regard. I believe a barrister has a duty to the court not just the client but what does this mean and what is the case law on it

2. The parties to court proceedings are supposed to respect the 'over-riding objective' of the court which is clearly set out as to being just that over-riding. But is there any case law as to what it means

3. What is the leading case on wasted costs being ordered against a barrister or solicitor as I believe wasted costs are against legal team
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Jo C. replied 3 years ago.
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