Family Flyer 85

General Approach to and “Due Diligence” responsibilities in Non-Disclosure Set Aside Applications.


1. The “three buses” experience appears uncannily to happen in legal practice just as it does when waiting for overdue public transport home on a wet night. Having not had a case on a set aside application for some time, suddenly during “lock down” three have made such an appearance. As a result I have had to remind myself of the Sharland and Gohil principles, which were the subject of an earlier Flyer in 2015 (Flyer 57 “Sharland and Gohil Summarised”) and then an article published in Family Law (“Concealment in Family Financial Proceedings: A Crime by Any Other Name” (2014) Fam Law 1131). 

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