Claims involving events which took place outside England and Wales can be extremely complicated because the Court will assume that it doesn't have any authority (sometimes called "jurisdiction") to hear the case and you will convince the Court that it is in the interests of justice for it to accept jurisdiction. This will often involve a preliminary hearing, which is a sort of mini-trial in which the court will hear legal submissions from both sides and will then give a ruling on whether or not the case can continue to a full trial. Normally if a case concerns events outside the...


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