The Court of Appeal has published its decision today and, unfortunately for Mrs O, it has decided that Mrs O is not able to divorce her husband as, in law, she has not been able to prove that her husband’s behaviour was unreasonable.
The Government has claimed that housebuilders have been maintaining land banks. But is this really the case?
Are feelings of unhappiness, or parties simply drifting apart grounds for a divorce? As one petitioner found out to her detriment, the answer is no.
The Government is consulting on whether to reform the law on corporate liability for economic crime.