I find it difficult to attach the order. But I have copied and paste as below:
3 Introductory Recital
UPON the Husband and the Wife agreeing that the terms of this order are acceptable in full and final satisfaction of:
a) All claims for income;
b) All claims for capital, being lump sum payments and transfers of property;
c) All claims in respect of each other’s pensions;
d) All claims in respect of personal belongings and contents;
e) All claims in respect of costs including those of the main suit;
f) All claims against each other’s estate on death;
g) All other claims of any nature which one may have against the other as a result of their marriage howsoever arising either in England and Wales or any other jurisdiction
4 AND UPON the Husband and Wife agreeing that the contents of the former matrimonial home and their personal belongings shall remain that absolute property of the party in whose possession they are now are
5 AND UPON the Husband and Wife agreeing that neither of them has any legal or equitable interest in the property or assets owned by the other except as provided for in this order.
6 UPON IT BEING RECORDED and the Husband and Wife agreeing that they shall each be responsible for discharging their liabilities in their respective names and that neither have any liability for the debts of the other
7 AND UPON the husband undertaking to the Court and agreeing to pay the Grange School Handforth the sum of £2,943 in respect of outstanding school fees on or before 4pm on 17.06.2016.
8 AND UPON it being recorded that the Respondent will not seek to enforce the order for costs made against the Applicant in the order for Maintenance Pending Suit on 4.12.2015.
9 AND UPON it being recorded that no order has been made in respect of The Applicants application for an order in respect of expenses incurred in in respect of the child being educated.
10 Undertaking with regard to MWPA
UPON the Husband and the Wife undertaking and agreeing that neither of them shall institute proceedings under the Married Women’s Property Act 1882 Law of Property Act 1925 Trusts of land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996.
By Consent With Effect from Decree Absolute it is ordered That:
11 Lump Sum Order
The Husband shall pay or cause to be paid to the Wife a lump sum of Twenty Two Thousand Pounds on or before 16:00 on 17.06.2016.
AND IT IS further directed that interest shall be payable by the Husband at the rate applicable for the time being to a High Court judgement debt on the Lump Sum from 17.06.2016 until the date on which the Lump Sum has been paid in full.
13 The order of maintenance pending suit made by District Judge Wheeler on 04.12.2015 shall be discharged forthwith.
14 Clean Break: Conditional (Including Upon Death)
Upon payment of the lump sum as provided for by paragraph 11 of this order and compliance by the Husband with his undertakings to the court provided for by recitals 7 of this order and upon the making of a final decree herein the Husband’s and Wife’s claims for financial provision, pension sharing and property adjustment order do stand dismissed.
Neither the Husband nor the Wife shall be entitled:
1 to make any further application in relation to their marriage under the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 s.23(1)(a) or (b) or
2 to make an application to the court, on the death of the other, for provision out of his or her estate.
15 Order as to Costs
The Husband and the Wife shall each bear their own costs insofar as this application and the negotiations ancillary thereto are concerned. (Including the costs of the notice to show cause application and of today).
16 Liberty to Apply
There be liberty to apply as to the implementation and timing of the terms of this order.
17 Signature Clauses for Undertakings and otherwise
To do or abstain from doing any act other than the payment of money
1 You may be sent to prison for contempt of court if you break the promises that you have given to the court.
2 I understand the undertaking I have given, and that if I break any of my promises to the court I may be sent to prison for contempt of court.