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Mr BBB -v- Mr GGG (anonymity order)

Claim No. QB-2018-000010

In the High Court of Justice
Queen’s Bench Division
Media and Communications List

14 July 2002

Before:
Master Mccloud
Between:
Mr BBB
-v-
Mrs GGG
Mr GGG


UPON consideration of the Defendant’s children’s Article 8 rights to respect for private and family life and the Article 10 right to freedom of expression in the reporting of court cases publicly
AND UPON IT APPEARING that non-disclosure of the identity of the said children is necessary in order to protect the interests of the Claimants
AND PURSUANT to rule 39.2(4) of the Civil Procedure Rules and section II of the Contempt of Court Act 1981 and rules 5.4C and 5.4D of the Civil Procedure Rules.
IT IS ORDERED:-
1. That in any report of these proceedings, the names of the parties, their addresses or the names and addresses of the children of the Defendants may not be published without the permission of the court.
2. That a non-party may not inspect or obtain a copy of any document on or from the Court file (other than this order duly anonymised so as to state that the parties are “Mr BBB (Claimant)” and “Mrs GGG and Mr GGG (Defendants)” without the permission of a Master or any other Judge. Any application for such permission must be made on notice to the Parties, and the Court will effect service. A copy of this order referring to the parties in those terms will be placed on the court file.
3. That reporting restrictions apply as to the disclosing of any information that may lead to the subsequent identification of the said Children.
5. The purpose of this order is to protect the interests of the Children referred to in the documents in the case namely in particular the Children of the Defendants, and this order may be reviewed at conclusion and/or on application by a party or non-party having regard to Article 10 of the Convention and the Article 8 rights of the parties and children.

 

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