Deed of waiver for divorce or separation (FL013)

Protection is provided for the family home of a married couple under the Family Home Protection Act 1976 as amended by the Family Law Act 1995. The effect of this legislation is to prevent one spouse from acting in relation to the family home without the consent of the other spouse. The purpose of this deed of waiver, signed by both parties, is to remove any doubt that this 'veto' by one spouse over the other is removed in relation to future dealings in any property following a divorce, judicial separation or the execution of a deed of separation, i.e. a separation agreement.

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