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Maughan v Wilmot [2020] EWHC 885 (Fam)

Investigations revealed that the husband had misled the court about the true scale of his unencumbered liquid funds, meaning that the factual footings of a previous judgment were faulty. A new hearing was conducted on Zoom. Mostyn J revised the freezing order, to a total sum of £200,000, and made further costs orders against the husband. A late challenge to the quantum of those costs was rejected. The costs would be assessed on the indemnity basis due to the husband's misconduct.

Judgment, published: 16/04/2020

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Published: 16/04/2020

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