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Section 182 - Preston v Preston

Section 182 - Preston v Preston
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Under section 182 of the Family Proceedings Act 1980, the court has the power to vary the terms of a nuptial settlement where the parties’ marriage or civil union comes to an end. A recent decision from the Supreme Court in Preston v Preston concluded six years of litigation on this issue. Two of the opposing counsel in this case will provide their perspectives on the litigation and reflect on the practical implications to be mindful of when advising your clients in this area, in respect of both asset protection and litigation.  

Presenters: Vanessa Bruton QC and Jake McCleary
 
Live Web Stream 5 April
Auckland 5 April
 
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