||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 118 (Jul)
|| EWCA Civ 487
||Court of Appeal, Civil Division
Thorpe and Sullivan LJJ
||The husband appeared in person.
||Benedict Sefi (instructed by Blake Lapthorn) for the wife.
||12 March 2009
Husband and wife - Post-nuptial settlement - Variation - Husband seeking to vary post-breakdown finance agreement - Husband appearing in person - Husband adducing fresh evidence at hearing - Judge admitting evidence - Judge finding change in husband's financial circumstances - Whether judge erring - s 31(7).
Husband and wife Post-nuptial settlement. Court of Appeal, Civil Division: The court allowed the wife's appeal against the variation of an ancillary relief order and found that the county court judge had been wrong to rely on the fresh documents, that had been adduced by the husband at the hearing.
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