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Clean Break?

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05 Sep 07 #2888 by themindboggles
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If a Consent Order is signed up in court but a sale on FMH is yet to be achieved does Clean Break only come into eeffect after the FMH sold or on the day of signing consent order??

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05 Sep 07 #2915 by LittleMrMike
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I would have said the ' clean break ' comes into effect when the order was made, even though the terms of the order have yet to be implemented.

May I enquire as to the point of the question ?

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06 Sep 07 #2922 by themindboggles
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I got a bit confused with it all..... and it has been confirmed that it is in place from stamping even though as you say the terms are yet to be implimented....
Basically was wondering as my partner wont agree to live with me till it is safe but I didd state that i intended to cohabit on form E and this was addressed.

Thanks for your reply!

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