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Condonation applications – there is some interplay between the obligation to provide a reasonable and acceptable explanation for the non-compliance of a rule of court and the reasonable prospects of success on appeal.

 

Civil Practice — Rule 57 — Exception — Exception raised that particulars of claim failed to set out a proper cause of action — Plaintiff failed to allege and/or explicitly set out acts of bad faith, dishonesty and/or fraud on the part of the defendants in executing their duties — Plaintiff did not plead facts to demonstrate exceptional circumstances entitling it to rely on private remedies for breach of a public law right — Pleading excipiable if no cause of action is disclosed — The exceptions raised by the defendants are upheld.