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Thank you, ***** ***** got me confused, and my initial thought was that they got the timing wrong, and thought they thought it was an appeal on Barder. However, a couple of things that would be good to know is:
1. What should I do to prepare for this permission hearing?
2. The trial judge who declined permission, mentioned a couple of things for his reason to refuse, which were:
i. new evidence is basis of appeal, unless appeal allows this, then appeal has no prospect of success.
ii. no application made under Barder principles (which made no sense to me) as the appeal was made within 21 days.
I truly value your support, but also your promptness is responding quickly.
No, it was a contested hearing, and not made by consent.
When you say difference, would it be enough to point to the numerous places the judges mentions this and how his decision on fairness is affected by this?
when you say show, do you mean clearly demonstrate how the decision could be different, i..e based on fairness because of length of marriage etc.
Hi Clare - could you clarify, in your answer above, are you referring to the appeal hearing or permission to appeal hearing? As my understanding is that the permission hearing will be based on principles laid out by Tanfern Ltd. v Cameron-Macdonald & Anor  EWCA Civ 3023?
I have read this case before, and I thought that it was on its way to the Supreme Court, before it can be used for reference?