High Court judge calls out anonymous 'friends' of lay litigants

High Court judge calls out anonymous 'friends' of lay litigants

In a recent ruling in a repossession action, Justice Seamus Noonan said he was “quite sure” this type of wrong and “entirely detrimental” advice was being given in return for payment

A High Court judge has launched a fresh attack on unqualified, “agenda-driven” anonymous individuals and groups who unlawfully draft affidavits for “unfortunate” lay litigants.

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