Litigants are usually within their rights to chose what material they place before the Court; or, in other words, to chose what cards they play. Ex parte applications are an exception. Recent cases have provided lawyers with a stark reminder of their duty to make full and frank disclosure when making a without notice application.
> whether to proceed on notice or ex parte
> recent cases on the duties which apply on ex parte applications
> practical, ethical and legal considerations when applying for urgent relief