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After former wife obtained wage and assignment order for unpaid spousal support, husband filed an order to show cause. The Superior Court, Orange County, No. D268329, Walter D. Posey, Temporary Judge, reduced the amount owed, and in a hearing, relieved husband of interest on the arrearages. Wife appealed. The Court of Appeal, Sills, P.J., held that: (1) trial court erred in waiving accrued interest on arrearages in spousal support, and (2) reconsideration of order limiting period for which husband was liable for arrearages in spousal support was not warranted.

Affirmed in part, reversed in part with directions.

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