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Clean break order wording.........

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26 Dec 07 #9517 by lucylocket61
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Can anybody please advise me, or point me in the direction of obtaining example wording of a basic simple Clean Break Consent Order, (that is free)where both parties agree that they dont want anything off either party, that I can use to submit to court.

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Lucy

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11 Jan 08 #10461 by TSB
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:SI'd also be interested in seeing this.

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12 Jan 08 #10498 by Elle
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Lucy,
Rose v Rose has been used in england to provide the Clean Break principle of Scots law...I think you can access this Judgement thru google scholar, I may be wrong it was several yrs ago I looked at it....
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12 Jan 08 #10540 by bluegirl60
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hi i would also like this as i am in the same situation

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20 Feb 08 #14469 by sammykat
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I would also appreciate seeing this.

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