Church v West Lancashire NHS Trust (No 2) EAT 1999

Case Summary

An example of

rigid application of the rule in Henderson v Henderson (1843) 3 Hare 100) to tribunal proceedings, meaning that a litigant cannot normally take new points after a case has been concluded even though a potential claim or defence had been omitted.

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