CIVIL PRACTICE: AMENDMENT OF PLEADINGS
In an ongoing action between the parties, the applicants (plaintiff in the main action) sought to amend their pleadings, which the respondents (defendants in the main action) opposed. Applicants asserted that the amendments were necessitated by what was discussed at a meeting called by the first respondent, when the lawfulness of the first respondent’s previous meetings were being challenged. PARKER AJ examined the interpretation of the rules of court on amendment of pleadings, Rule 52(1) which provides that: ‘A party desiring to amend a pleading or document, other than an . . .