liberty amicus intervention

Open Secrets and the Unpaid Benefits Campaign (UBC), intervene as amici curiae in Liberty’s application to the Court to ‘un-cancel’ certain pension funds.

On the 15th of April 2021, Liberty’s court application to have 23 pension funds that were erroneously cancelled reinstated will be heard in the High Court. Open Secrets and the Unpaid Benefits Campaign (UBC), represented by the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) are joining as amicus curiae in this application.

Open Secrets and UBC Heads of Argument

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Liberty's Application

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Liberty Application

Founding Papers (22 July 2020)

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Liberty Application

Founding Papers (22 July 2020)

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Liberty Application

Liberty's Supplementary Founding Affidavit (3 March 2021)

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Liberty Application

Draft Order

Open Secrets and UBC application for admission as amicus curiae

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Open Secrets and UBC

Notice of Motion

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Open Secrets and UBC

Conditional replying affidavit (7 April 2021)

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Open Secrets and UBC

Founding affidavit (16 March 2021)

Financial sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) Responses

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FSCA Responses

Explanatory affidavit (30 March 2021)

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FSCA Responses

Notice to abide (30 March 2021).

fact sheets

frequently asked questions and a summary of our amicus intervention