||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 345 (Jul)
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Thorpe and Clarke LJJ
||The wife appeared in person.
||Alan Booth (instructed by Farleys, Blackburn) for the husband.
||20 July 2004
Matrimonial law - Ancillary relief - Financial provision - Consent order - Division of matrimonial assets - Wife seeking disclosure of business records - Judge refusing application - Correctness of decision.
In the course of ancillary relief proceedings a wife had been manifestly entitled to the investigation and determination she had been seeking in respect of the business records for the husband and wife's businesses, and manifestly entitled to full discovery in advance of that determination. The judge's order dismissing her application would, accordingly, be set aside and the matter remitted to the county court for proper determination.
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