||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 150 (Apr)
|| EWHC 1064 (Fam)
Sir James Munby P
||The husband appeared in person.
||Andrew Bagchi QC for the wife.
||21 April 2015
Family proceedings - Orders in family proceedings - Financial provision - Parties agreeing ancillary relief order - Court making shared residence order - Husband unsuccessfully issuing applications regarding both orders - Husband issuing fresh application regarding orders - Whether husband demonstrating fresh evidence constituting change in circumstances since previous orders.
Family proceedings Orders in family proceedings. The husband made applications in respect of an ancillary relief order and shared residence order. He had, unsuccessfully, made previous such applications. The Family Division dismissed his applications as the applications were without merit, sought to replicate matters that had previously been argued and resolved against him, and the new evidence he had produced took him nowhere. Further, an order would be made that any future applications he sought to make would be reserved to the President of the Family Division.
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