fault of the court

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For example, if the appeal is canceled for non-depositing the stamp duty, the party has filed in due time with the registry service the proof of payment of the stamp duty and, at the fault of the court, it has not been attached to the file.
If they don't comply with the directives then what is fault of the court therein.
As for the drivers who exceed 12 points yet are still on the road, it seems to be more the fault of the court system than the DVLA.
If someone breaches an asbo and nothing happens, then that is a fault of the court system.
Mr Thomas told magistrates: 'All options have been tried with this defendant and now this court, through no fault of the court, is only left with one option and that option is imprisonment.