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CB v EB [2020] EWFC 72

Date:25 NOV 2020
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Law Reporter

(Family Court, Mostyn J, 16 November 2020)

Financial Remedies – Consent order – Application for set aside – Property values left husband with lower sums than anticipated – FPR 31F(6) - Whether husband could apply to set aside the orders and for an adjustment of the division of assets

The husband’s application to set aside consent orders due to a fall in value of property was dismissed.


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Neutral Citation Number: [2020] EWFC 72 Case No: FD09D02020 
 
IN THE FAMILY COURT 
 
 
Royal Courts of Justice Strand, London, WC2A 2LL 
 
Date: 16/11/2020 
 
Before : 
 

MR JUSTICE MOSTYN 

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Between : 
 

CB Applicant

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EB Respondent 
 
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Frank Feehan QC (instructed by Banks Kelly Solicitors Ltd) for the Applicant Annie Ward (instructed by Baker-Law LLP) for the Respondent 
 

Hearing dates: 4-5 November 2020 

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Approved Judgment 

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MR JUSTICE MOSTYN 
 
This judgment was delivered in private. This anonymised version of the judgment may be published.  However, in no report of the case may the identities of the parties be revealed directly or indirectly.  Breach of this restriction will amount to a contempt of court.     

Judgment: CB v EB [2020] EWFC 72

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