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Step Four

Consider whether the proposed property settlement is just and equitable

The fourth and final step that the Court would take is to consider whether it is just and equitable in all the circumstances to make any property settlement orders and the particular property settlement orders that are proposed [see s 79(2) for marital relationships and s 90SM(2) for de facto relationships].

For more information, seeApplying for property settlement.

Step Four  :  Last Revised: Thu Sep 7th 2017
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