I wrote about the difficulties of composite thresholds here http://suesspiciousminds.com/2015/05/28/composite-threshold-documents-in-which-a-tightrope-is-walked/ particularly where a document is produced that sets out what everyone says but doesn’t end up with clarity as the precise way that threshold is said to be met.
This judgment by Her Honour Judge Owens http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWFC/OJ/2015/B73.html OCC v B and T 2015 is a really good example of that.
Particularly since the Judge includes a suitably anonymised version of the threshold at the end of the judgment. I commend that, I think it makes far more sense when considering what decisions was made by a Court to see the factual background set out. I really like it.
The version provided is a composite document, set out in tablular form (and again, I like the way that this is produced, it is really helpful in terms of seeing what the allegation is, where the evidence is for it and…
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