Headlines from the Law Commission report on matrimonial property, needs and agreements — part two

By Claire Blakemore

While the recommendations of the Law Commission and draft bill still need to be adopted by the government, we set out below some of the main issues raised by the proposed reforms.

Where needs are met, a qualifying nuptial agreement properly entered into and adhering to strict formalities will be an enforceable contract and will not be subject to the scrutiny of the court…

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