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Munby: State 'washed its hands' of couple branded bigamists after court failures

22 March 2019By 5 comments

Couple had assumed their divorce was finalised in 2014 but mistakes by district judges led to fears that their decrees were void. Only the 'charity’ of the legal profession rescued them, says judge.

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