A hearing in an historic compensation case brought by former Fiji peacekeepers has been deferred until 21 July.
This came after the parties failed to file written submissions as ordered by the court.
The home affairs ministry wanted the court to strike out an application by the Peacekeepers and Action Trustee Association.
The Association wanted the state to pay them more than $US100 million for taking part in overseas peacekeeping missions from 1978 to 2002.
It said its members were owed unpaid wages and allowances which the government has withheld.