Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act 2010

30.

Conduct leading to loss of shared home.

30.— (1) Where it appears to the court, on the application of a civil partner, that the other civil partner is engaging in conduct that might lead to the loss of any interest in the shared home or might render it unsuitable for habitation as a shared home, with the intention of F5 [ depriving the applicant or a dependent child of the civil partners of his or her residence ] in the shared home, the court may make any order that it considers proper, directed to the other civil partner or to any other person, for the protection of the shared home F5 [ in the interest of the applicant or such child ].

(2) Where it appears to the court, on the application of a civil partner, that the other civil partner has F5 [ deprived the applicant or a dependent child of the civil partners of his or her residence ] in the shared home by conduct that resulted in the loss of any interest in it or rendered it unsuitable for habitation as a shared home, the court may order the other civil partner or any other person to pay to the applicant the amount that the court considers proper F5 [ to compensate the applicant or such child ] for their loss or make any other order directed to the other civil partner or to any other person that may appear to the court to be just and equitable.

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F5

Substituted (18.01.2016) by Children and Family Relationships Act 2015 (9/2015), s. 137, S.I. No. 12 of 2016.

Editorial Notes:

E13

Power of court on application being made under Domestic Violence Act 2018 to make order under this section prescribed (1.01.2019) by Domestic Violence Act 2018 (6/2018), s. 15(1), (2)(e), S.I. No. 532 of 2018.