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Yes. But just on the counter claim.
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Yes. That is it. Direct costs associated.
Does that clairfy?
Only if they were instructed and on record can fees be claimed. Any fees claimed are subject to detailed assessment if not agreed.
The Court may or may not order mediation. But if a trial has been set, you must go
Does that clarify?
What are you asking me?
it would be a matter of contract.
It depends on the intent of the parties and whether there was an intention to create a legal relationship.
Terms after contract are not binding.
It could be argued that you accepted those terms.
It would be a matter of argument before a Judge.
There may be cases, but 99% of cases are not reported. Even those that are only high court decisions are binding.
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There will be I imagine, but sadly I can’t reaearch case law for you. That is outside the remit of this site.
Contract is common law. So governed by cases.