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SR v HR [2018] EWHC 606 (Fam)
Date:6 APR 2018
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Law Reporter

(Family Division, Mostyn J, 23 March 2018)

Financial remedies – Property – Property adjustment order – New orders made following delay in implementation – Appeal

The appeal was allowed and the original property adjustment orders were revived.



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Case No: 2017/0173
Neutral Citation Number: [2018] EWHC 606 (Fam)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
FAMILY DIVISION

(On appeal from HH Judge Sharpe
Sitting in the Family Court at Swansea
CX11D00057)

IN THE MATTER OF THE MATRIMONIAL CAUSES ACT 1973
AND IN THE MATTER OF THE INSOLVENCY ACT 1986

Royal Courts of Justice
Strand, London, WC2A 2LL

Date: 23/03/2018

Before :

MR JUSTICE MOSTYN

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Between :

SR
Appellant

- and -

HR
Respondent

- and -

SC
(as Trustee in Bankruptcy of SR)
Intervener

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The Appellant appeared in person
The Respondent appeared in person
Paul French (instructed by Morgan Rostron Solicitors) for the Intervener

Hearing date: 20 March 2018

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Judgment Approved
 
MR JUSTICE MOSTYN

This judgment was delivered in private. The judge has given leave for this anonymised version of the judgment to be published. The identities of the parties must not be disclosed. Breach of this condition will amount to a contempt of court.

Judgment: SR v HR [2018] EWHC 606 (Fam).rtf


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