(Court of Appeal, King, Moylan and Leggatt LJJ, 9 October 2019)
Financial remedies – Disposition order – Best interests
The Court of Appeal allowed the appeal in part. The court held that the way in which an avoidance of disposition order had come to be made amounted to a serious procedural irregularity.
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Neutral Citation Number:  EWCA Civ 1662
Case No: B6/2018/3000
Royal Courts of JusticeStrand, London, WC2A 2LL
LORD JUSTICE LEGGATT
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(1) MELANIE PANZONE(2) JONATHON READRespondents
Mr Michael Horton (instructed by Advocate (Bar Pro Bono Unit)) for the AppellantMr Christopher Hames QC and Mr Harry Nosworthy (instructed by Ms Panzone) for the 1st RespondentMr Jonathan Evans (instructed by Mr Read) for the 2nd Respondent
Hearing date: 10th July 2019
Judgment: Read v Panzone  EWCA Civ 1662