||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 111 (Dec)
|| EWHC 3319 (Ch)
||James Sheehan (instructed by Westbrook Law Ltd) for the claimant.
||Anthony Verduyn (instructed by Fletcher Day Solicitors) for the defendants.
||15 December 2017
Contract - Breach - Claim for damages for breach of contract where default on obligation under deed to make financial provision
Contract Breach. Where a husband (or former husband) had defaulted on his obligations under a deed to make certain financial provision to his wife (or former wife), the Chancery Division ruled, among other things, that the deed was valid and enforceable and that the wife was entitled to damages for repudiation of contract on account of the husband's default.
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