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Equitable accounting

Introduction “Equitable accounting” is the phrase that has been commonly used to determine whether or not there should be some re-adjustment of sums payable (after the court has determined whether or not each party has a share in the property; and if so what that share is – applying the principles in Stack v Dowden); normally to take account of the fact that one person has continued to live in the property and possibly continued to pay the expenses on…

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