Casalonga UPC rules of procedure
Powered by Casalonga

Rule 380Withdrawal of legal aid

1. If the economic situation of the applicant which has led to the grant of legal aid according to Rule 377.1(a) [1] alters during the proceedings, the Court may at any time, of his own motion or on a reasoned request by the other party, withdraw wholly or partly legal aid but only after having heard the applicant.

2. The Court may withdraw wholly or partly legal aid if the applicant:

(a) by inaccurately representing the circumstances of the case, has misrepresented its prospects of success, which are determinative for the approval of assistance with Court costs; or

(b) has grossly negligently made false statements as to his personal or economic circumstances; or

(c) has not immediately informed the Court of a considerable improvement to his financial circumstances;

(d) has
...
Please login to continue reading.


Registering with the site

You have requested to take part in a forum reserved for registered visitors.

Personal identifiers

Enter your personal information here. You will receive a registration confirmation shortly by email. Such email may have been considered as spam. If you do not find it in your inbox nor in your spam, please send an email to contact@upc-casalonga.eu.

(Your password must contain at least 6 characters.)

Required fields are indicated with a « * »


New visitor ?

Subscribe


[1-
1. Any natural person who is a citizen of the European Union or a third country national residing lawfully in a Member State of the European Union shall be entitled to apply for legal aid where:
(a)owing to his economic situation, he is wholly or partly unable to meet the costs referred to in Rule 376; and