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Wodehouse v Wodehouse [2018] EWCA Civ 3009
Date:28 MAR 2019
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Law Reporter

(Court of Appeal, Sir Andrew McFarlane P, King, Coulson LJJ, 29 November 2018)

Financial remedies – Lump sum order – Third parties – Appeal – Whether the order was ultra vires

The appeal from a lump sum order against a third party was allowed and the order discharged.


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Neutral Citation Number: [2018] EWCA 3009 (Civ)

Case No: B6/2016/2779

 
IN THE COURT OF APPEAL (CIVIL) DIVISION
ON APPEAL FROM EASTBOURNE FAMILY COURT 
(DEPUTY JUDGE AUSTIN)

HB14D00710

The Royal Courts of Justice 
Strand, London WC2A 2LL 

Thursday, 29 November 2018

Before

PRESIDENT OF THE FAMILY DIVISION
(SIR ANDREW McFARLANE)
LADY JUSTICE KING

LORD JUSTICE COULSON 

Between:            

ELLEN ELIZABETH WODEHOUSE 

Appellant 

and                

HENRY WYNDHAM WODEHOUSE
Respondent 
 
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Mr P Blatchly (instructed by Stevens & Bolton) appeared on behalf of the Appellant 
Mr N Barnes (instructed by Warrens Law and Advocacy) on behalf of the Respondent 
 
Judgment 
(Approved)
 

Judgment: Wodehouse v Wodehouse [2018] EWCA Civ 3009

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