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Arif v Anwar
Author: Chris Millar
The wife applied to annul the husband’s Bankruptcy Order. The Court of Appeal refused to allow the transfer of the Application to the Family Court. The wife, therefore, continued with her application for financial relief where the main issue was the claims of certain creditors in the bankruptcy. The Family Court, therefore, ordered a preliminary hearing before a Chancery Judge who determined the issue. The lawyers for the Trustee were present throughout, saving the need for a private examination!
Posted on 21/02/2014 by Pam Bowring
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