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04 APR 2012

Hayes v Hayes (Chancery Division, His Honour Judge Pelling QC (sitting as a High Court judge), 23 March 2012)

During matrimonial proceedings, a costs order was made against H in favour of W. H was made bankrupt on her petition in respect of that debt, even though the then r 12.3 of the Insolvency Rules 1986 did not permit a bankruptcy petition to be based upon such an order (although it was subsequently amended to allow for it).

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