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Tchenguiz & Ors v Imerman (Rev 2) [2010] EWCA Civ 908 TOP

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Those principles particular to family law, the Hildebrand rules were put to the test for compatibility with the law of confidence in Imerman, and the Court of Appeal found them wanting. The former wife's lawyers branded the decision a 'cheats charter', stating it robbed women of protection previously offered to them when a spouse lied about their finances. See the Guardian Law piece Skullduggery in divorce proceedings for a commentary.