Divorce: A limited power

Antonia Barker explores the set aside of a decree of divorce and the strict procedural requirements to be followed A decree absolute is a judgment which is definitive of a person’s status and they, and the rest of the world, must be able to rely upon it, as so many of an individual’s legal and …
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Cases Referenced

  • Callaghan v Hanson-Fox and anor [1992] 1 All ER 56
  • Dryden v Dryden [1973] Fam 217
  • Ebrahim v Ali (otherwise Ebrahim) (Queen's Proctor intervening) [1983] 3 All ER 615
  • M v P (Queen's Proctor Intervening) [2019] EWFC 14
  • Rapisarda v Colladon [2014] EWFC 35
  • Shahzad v Mazher & anor [2020] EWCA Civ 1740