The matters to which, in considering a settlement on divorce or annulment, the court is to have regard in deciding how to exercise its powers to make periodical payment orders or lump sum orders1, property adjustment orders2 or orders for the sale of property3 in relation to a party to the marriage4 include: (1) any benefits under a pension arrangement5 which a party to the marriage has or is likely to have; and (2) any benefits under a pension arrangement which, by reason of the dissolution or annulment of the marriage, a party to the marriage will lose the chance of acquiring6. Correspondin
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