May 102010
 May 10, 2010  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S.

Divorces are getting really nasty over in the UK. Now in today’s news, another divorce case, this one involving the use of stolen documents. Frances Gibb reports:

Two brothers who stole 20,000 documents to help their sister in her divorce from her multimillionaire husband lodged a landmark appeal yesterday for the right to use them to expose the true state of his finances.

In a keenly-watched test case that will determine the behaviour of divorcing spouses the property tycoons Robert and Vincent Tchenguiz claim that they should not have to hand back the stolen data, which equates to more than 800 lever arch files.

Read more in Times Online.

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