20th Oct 2011


When making an application for relief from sanctions under the Civil Proceedings Rules 1998 (Trinidad and Tobago) r.26.7 the applicant had to show that he had a “good explanation” for his failure to comply with the rule or order. If the explanation for the breach connoted real or substantial fault on the part of the applicant, then he did not have a good explanation for the breach.

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