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Mountney v Treharne [2002] EWCA Civ 1174

Judgment, published: 08/08/2002

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  • Appeal against an order which: (1) gave the wife an equitable interest in two properties and that this interest was not affected by the husband's bankruptcy and was not waived or otherwise lost during the bankruptcy; (2) the wife's interest remains enforceable against the husband and the Second Appellant; (3) alternatively, that a Declaration of Trust by which the husband and the Second Appellant declared, among other things, that the husband held the properties for the benefit of the Second Appellant alone, should be set aside under section 37 of the MCA 1973. The appeal was dismissed. Judgment, 16/03/2017, free
  • In a tweet: s.24A order for sale creates an equitable interest Case note, 12/06/2017, members only
  • In these financial provision proceedings, the husband had failed to hand over 3 vehicles, worth in total about £16,000, to the wife. The judge made a committal order to prison for a period of 2 months which was suspended so long as the husband paid £16,000 to the wife within 6 weeks. Judgment, 21/02/2014, free
  • Hughmans, the solicitors firm acting for the respondent wife in financial provision proceedings, was claiming for unpaid fees. The wife was counterclaiming for professional negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, wasted costs and compensation. Judgment, 01/04/2015, members only
  • Case note, 15/07/2010, members only

Published: 08/08/2002

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