Harris v Manahan: CA 1997

Application to vary ancillary relief order made by consent. Promptitude is required. Ward LJ considered substantial restraint on a judge hearing appeals against his own decisions.


Ward LJ


[1997] 1 FLR 205, [1996] 4 All ER 454


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedKelley v Corston CA 20-Aug-1997
The plaintiff employed the defendant barrister to pursue her claim for ancillary relief in divorce. She sought to recover damages for his alleged negligence.
Held: A barrister’s immunity from suit for negligence in advocacy extends to . .
CitedHeyer v Newby CA 19-Oct-2005
The parties had settled their ancillary relief case by consent, but shortly afterwards, shares in the husband’s company were sold creating a very substantial windfall in his favour. The former wife sought to vary the order. The husband appealed an . .
CitedCS v ACS and Another FD 16-Apr-2015
Rule Against Appeal was Ultra Vires
W had applied to have set aside the consent order made on her ancillary relief application accusing the husband of material non-disclosure. She complained that her application to have the order varied had been refused on the ground that her only . .
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Updated: 04 November 2022; Ref: scu.235252