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  • Application by the husband for a stay of divorce proceedings started by the wife in England where he wanted the proceedings to be held in Switzerland. The application was granted. Judgment, 09/07/2018, free
  • Appeal against an order whereby the court found that at the date of her divorce petition, the applicant wife had acquired a domicile of choice in England, her domicile of origin being in Ireland, and was therefore entitled to proceed with her divorce suit in England under s5(2) of the Domicile and Matrimonial Proceedings Act 1973 and Article 7 of the EU Regulation 2201 of 2003. The appeal was allowed. Judgment, 15/06/2018, free
  • Sharia divorce claim rejected Judgment, 22/03/2017, free
  • The court held that the wife was domiciled in the UK and that the financial remedy proceedings should proceed in the English court. Judgment, 10/03/2017, free
  • Husband initiated divorce proceedings in France, wife subsequently started proceedings in the UK. The question here was whether the UK court should decline jurisdiction by dismissing the wife's application or by whether it could be revived in the event that the husband's French suit was dismissed. Judgment, 29/01/2016, free

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