Servite Houses and Wandsworth LBC, ex p Goldsmith (Interim Relief) [2000] 3 CCLR 354 (CA)

Interim relief – appeals

All factors before the court should be taken into account when deciding whether to grant interlocutory relief pending appeal to the Court of Appeal, including the views expressed by the Judge at first instance as to the importance of the case, the consequences for the applicant and whether, if no relief were granted, irreversible changes would take place. However, it may not be appropriate for the court to express a view as to the prospects of success of the appeal.

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