Grobbelaar v Grobbelaar (2002) JOL 9617 (T)

Main Issue: Payment of maintenance/ private or public school? Whether respondent was in contempt of court?

Findings: Court held that it was common cause the respondent had full knowledge of the order. The confusion arose due to the ambiguity of the court order in its failure to specify whether the duty to pay all school fees referred to private or public school. Court held that because the child was in public school when maintenance order was made, registering the child to a private school after that without consulting the accused was inappropriate and dismissed the application.

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