By Michaela Whitbourn
The tall Court has torn up a prenuptial contract between a wealthy Australian property designer along with his online bride, who was simply forced into signing the document after he threatened to phone from the wedding.
The person in the centre associated with the situation, who owned assets worth a lot more than $18 million, passed away in might 2014 during drawn-out litigation on the contract.
The tall Court tore up the agreement that is prenuptial described by one solicitor given that "worst" she had ever seen. Credit: Karl Hilzinger
Two of their kiddies, acting as executors and trustees associated with property, overran the court battle.
On Wednesday, the tall Court ruled the contract, and the same post-nuptial contract, ought to be put aside based on unconscionable conduct.
The Federal Circuit Court had ruled in 2015 that the agreements are not legitimate however the decision had been overturned because of your family Court this past year.