There are two (2) very important Statutory Time Limits in property settlements that are critical for family law matters which clients should be aware of.
These are summarised below:
Whilst leave to proceed out of time can be ordered by the Court, this is never guaranteed and is dependent on the particular circumstances of the matter including an assessment of the following considerations, amongst other things;
The Court has to be satisfied that hardship will be caused to a party if leave to proceed is not Ordered. There is no set rule as to what defines hardship and this is determined by the Court on a case by case basis.
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