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Robinson and Higginbotham [1991] FamCA 4

This case considered the issue of costs in the family law jurisdiction and whether or not an award of costs should have been in made in favour of a wife who had made an offer to settle proceedings prior to the hearing, where the ultimate outcome for the husband was no better than the offer.

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Robinson and Higginbotham [1991] FamCA 4
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