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Daga v Bangur [2018] EWFC 91

Feb 7, 2019, 14:55 PM
Financial remedies – Needs claim – Wife from wealthy background – Husband sought lump sum – Whether he had a need for the amount sought
The husband’s claim for a lump sum of £1.5m on a needs basis was refused.
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(Family Court, Holman J, 11 December 2019)

Financial remedies – Needs claim – Wife from wealthy background – Husband sought lump sum – Whether he had a need for the amount sought

The husband’s claim for a lump sum of £1.5m on a needs basis was refused. 

 


 

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IN THE FAMILY COURT
[2018] EWFC 91

No. ZC16D00255

Royal Courts of Justice
Strand

London, WC2A 2LL

Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Before:
MR JUSTICE HOLMAN

(sitting throughout in public)

B E T W E E N :

ANKUL DAGA
Applicant

- and -

APARNA BANGUR
Respondent

_________

MR SIMON WEBSTER instructed by MISHCON DE REYA appeared on behalf of the applicant.
MR NICHOLAS CUSWORTH QC instructed by KINGSLEY NAPLEY LLP appeared on behalf of the respondent.

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JUDGMENT

(as approved by the judge)

Judgment: Daga v Bangur [2018] EWFC 91

 

 

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