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A v B [2017] EWFC B9

Husband's application to set aside a previous consent order (made in 2010), his argument being that that the move of the two children from the wife to the husband in 2012 represented a change of circumstances sufficient to justify an application under FPR 2010 Rule 4.1(6) for the revocation of a paragraph of the order so that all five properties in the portfolio should, instead of continuing to be the wife’s property, be transferred back to the husband. The application was dismissed.

Judgment, published: 06/03/2017


Published: 06/03/2017


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