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In divorce proceedings an order for costs was made against the respondent. A consent order was subsequently made and stated to be in full and final satisfaction of all claims including legal costs, including the divorce proceedings. Can the petitioner still enforce the costs order made in the divorce proceedings against the respondent?

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Produced in partnership with Nicholas Starks of St Ives Chambers
Published on LexisPSL on 25/01/2021

The following Family Q&A produced in partnership with Nicholas Starks of St Ives Chambers provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • In divorce proceedings an order for costs was made against the respondent. A consent order was subsequently made and stated to be in full and final satisfaction of all claims including legal costs, including the divorce proceedings. Can the petitioner still enforce the costs order made in the divorce proceedings against the respondent?

In divorce proceedings an order for costs was made against the respondent. A consent order was subsequently made and stated to be in full and final satisfaction of all claims including legal costs, including the divorce proceedings. Can the petitioner still enforce the costs order made in the divorce proceedings against the respondent?

If a financial remedy order makes no specific order in relation to the costs of the divorce suit, and the only reference to costs in the financial remedy order is a provision that there would

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