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Richardson v Canterbury College - judge should have considered that tribunal's letter was arguably ambiguous

In most cases a litigant cannot claim that they do not understand an order made by a tribunal if its terms are perfectly clear and if it is unreasonable for them to understand it in the way they suggest. However there may be exceptional circumstances where aan alternative understanding may be genuinely and reasonably held - and a judge must consider this relevant factor when considering strike-out for failure to comply.

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