Cordell v Cordell: 2002

To succeed in an appeal against an ancillary relief order, the appellant should be able to show some procedural irregularity or that, in conducting the necessary balancing exercise, the district judge has taken into account matters which were irrelevant or ignored matters which were relevant or has otherwise arrived at a conclusion which was plainly wrong and could only have been reached if the Judge erred in the balancing exercise.


[2002] 1 FLR 207


Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 25 25A

Cited by:

CitedS v S FD 19-Mar-2008
The husband appealed against an ancillary relief order, and particularly as to an order that he should continue to pay maintenance for the joint lives of the parties rater than for five years. He was earning a substantial income but anticipated that . .
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Updated: 01 May 2022; Ref: scu.266365