In the recent case of WH Holding and another v E20 Stadium LLP  EWHC 2578 (Ch), the High Court has reminded parties in a civil claim to be careful when redacting their disclosed documents.
What is redaction?
In a civil litigation claim, both parties have a duty of disclosure. This duty requires the parties to state that the document exists or has existed. The other party then has the right to inspect the document in question, unless: