The court can Strike Out A Case (prevent all further proceedings) if a party fails to comply with a rule, practice direction or court order. It can also happen if there appears to be no reasonable grounds for bringing or defending a claim. Either party (the defendant or the claimant) can ask the court to strike a case out.
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