(Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane P, 22 April 2020)
Marriage – Divorce – Application to rectify decree of divorce
The Family Division granted the order, thereby rectifying the decree nisi and the decree absolute.
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IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE QB-2019-003423
 EWHC 1116 (Fam)
London, WC2A 2LL
Wednesday, 22 April 2020
SIR ANDREW MCFARLANE
PRESIDENT OF THE FAMILY DIVISION
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REPORTING RESTRICTIONS / ANONYMISATION APPLIES
MR W. TYZACK (instructed by Hunters Law LLP) appeared on behalf of the Applicant.
THE RESPONDENT was not present and was not represented.
Judgment: X v Y  EWHC 1116 (Fam)