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Rachel Weatherly, October 29 2021

PART 5: Duty of Disclosure in Family Law Separations - 5 Part Series

 Consequences if you fail to meet your duty of disclosure

In the event a party does not disclose or file an undertaking or files a false undertaking, the Court may:

·        refuse to allow that party to use the information or document as evidence in their case;

·        stay or dismiss all or part of their case;

·        order costs against them;

·        fine them or imprison them on being found guilty of contempt of court.

If you have any questions or require further clarification in relation to your duty of disclosure, please contact us on (08) 8312 4800.

Written by

Rachel Weatherly

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