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Accident Compensation Cases

Hay v Accident Compensation Corporation (DC, 15/12/15)

Judgment Text

JUDGMENT OF JUDGE A N MACLEAN 
Judge A N MacLean
[1]
This matter has again been referred to me by the Registry. 
[2]
On 14 July 2015 I issued a Minute which amongst other things outlined that if no submissions were filed by the applicant the matter would be referred back to me for further directions which could include striking the application out for want of prosecution. 
[3]
On 23 August 2015 the Registry received an email from the applicant requesting an extension of time due to health issues until 9 October 2015. 
[4]
There was a telephone conversation that day requesting a further extension of time until Friday, 20 November 2015. At that stage the Registry explained to the applicant that if there had been no submissions filed the matter would need to be referred back to me. The Registry sought confirmation whether or not the application was to proceed or to be withdrawn. A response was sought “ASAP”
[5]
The Registry advised me on 9 December 2015 that there has been no response of any kind at all from the appellant. 
[6]
Accordingly in the circumstances the application for leave is dismissed. There is no issue as to costs. 

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