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A -v- B to C (privacy order)

|High Court

Case Number CR-2020-LDS-000493

In the High Court of Justice
Business and Property Courts in Leeds

4 June 2020

Before:
HHJ Saffan

Bewteen:
A
-v-
(1) B
(2) C


ORDER TO SIT IN PRIVATE to be published pursuant to CPR 39.2(5)
UPON the Applicant’s application for the hearing of its application for an
injunction to restrain advertisement of a winding up petition to be conducted in
private (‘the Application’)
AND UPON hearing counsel for the Applicant on very short notice to the Respondents,
and upon hearing counsel for the Respondents
AND UPON the Court being satisfied pursuant to CPR 39.2(3) that it is necessary to sit
in private because it is necessary to secure the proper administration of justice
and:
(i) publicity would defeat the object of the hearing; and
(ii) it involves confidential information (including information relating to
financial matters) and publicity would damage that confidentiality.
AND UPON the Court being satisfied pursuant to CPR 39.2(4) that the nondisclosure
of the identity of the parties on the face of this order is necessary to
secure the proper administration of justice and in order to protect the interests of
the parties
AND UPON the court directing that the parties’ servants and agents and any person who knows of the existence of the Petition may be told of this Order and the Order made on the Application and its terms
BY CONSENT
IT IS ORDERED that:
1. The hearings of 4 June 2020 and 22 June 2020 be in private.
2. Pursuant to CPR Rule 39.2(5) this order shall be published on the website of
the Judiciary of England and Wales.
3. Any non-party affected by this Order may apply on notice to all parties to
have this Order varied or set aside.

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