The Rules of the High Court 2009 in the Isle of Man (“the Rules”), give the court wide case management powers. The Rules and Orders made under them often impose strict time limits on parties to litigation.
Other Orders are made by consent of the parties. What happens when, for any reason, compliance cannot be achieved, and a party looks to revise the terms of an Order, that they previously consented to?
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