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XXA -v- XXC Anonymity Order CPR r.39.2(5)

|High Court|Anonymity Order

Claim No: QB-2017-001758

In the High Courts of Justice

Queen’s Bench Division

 

Before Master Eastman

Between:

XXA

-v-

XXC

 


UPON hearing Counsel for the Claimant and Counsel for the Defendant.

WHEREAS the Claimant has made a claim (“the Claim”) against the Defendant for personal injuries suffered by him arising out of a road traffic collision which occurred on 29th May 2014 and in respect of which proceedings were commenced by the Claimant against the Defendant.

AND WHEREAS the Claimant is a protected party (pursuant to the Mental Capacity Act 2005) and brings a claim by his Litigation Friend.

AND UPON considering CPR 39.2(4)

IT IS ORDERED THAT:

1. The Claimant and his Litigation Friend shall hereinafter be

referred to in these proceedings, respectively, as “XXA” and

“XXB” and the Defendant as “XXC”.

2. Pursuant to CPR Rule 39.2(4) there shall not be disclosed in any report of the proceedings the name or address of the Claimant or of his Litigation Friend nor any details leading to the identification of the Claimant, or his Litigation Friend or the Defendant. If referred to the Claimant and the Claimant’s Litigation Friend shall only be referred to as a “XXA” and “XXB” and the Defendant as “XXC”.

3. Further, pursuant to CPR Rule 5.4C a person who is not a party to the proceedings may obtain a copy of a statement of case, judgement or Order from the Court records only if the statement of case, judgement or Order has been anonymised such that:

(a) The Claimant, and his Litigation Friend are referred to in those documents only as “XXA” and “XXB”, and;

(b) The address of the Claimant, and his Litigation Friend have been deleted from those documents

(c) The Defendant is referred to in those documents only as “XXC” and the address of the Defendant has been deleted from those documents.

Dated 9th October 2019

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