“Lights. Camera. Action!” – Re Motion Picture Capital and standing for minority shareholders to bring unfair prejudice petitions
Since the engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton was announced on 16 November, the worldwide press has been filled with speculation about the date of the wedding, which designer will create Kate’s dress and, of most interest to family lawyers, whether the couple will enter into a Prenuptial Agreement.
According to recent media reports, a husband has been charged with murdering his wife to ensure he was not bound by the terms of their prenuptial agreement, possibly panicked by the recent judgment of the Supreme Court in Radmacher.
The long awaited Supreme Court judgement in Radmacher v Granatino will be published on Wednesday 20 October. Family law professionals are hoping that the judgement will give some much needed clarity about the status and enforceablity of both post nuptial and pre nuptial agreements in England and Wales.
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