Perhaps unsurprising the court has refused an appeal against an order of the county court which had been made by consent. The order required that the appellant sell the property which she jointly owned with her mother. The appellant claimed the judge had put words into her mouth and that she had been forced to consent to the order. Such claims were dismissed. It was clear that the sale had been negotiated between the parties and the appellant had freely entered into the order. Ahluwalia v Ahluwalia unreported (2012) (available on Lawtel).