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Hitch v Stone (Inspector of Taxes) [2001] EWCA Civ 63

Judgment, published: 30/12/2001

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  • The wife sought declarations in relation to 2 properties which she argued were wholly or mainly beneficially owned by the husband, notwithstanding that (i) the legal title to Property 1 was held in the four names of the husband and his family, and there was a signed TR1 declaring that they hold it as tenants in common in equal shares, and (ii) the legal title to Property 2 was in the sole name of the husband's brother. The wife's applications were dismissed. Judgment, 18/03/2014, free
  • Judgment, 12/11/2012, free
  • The husband's trustee in bankruptcy claimed that 2 charges against the FMH were a sham and that a Trust Deed and Consent Order should be set aside as constituting a transaction defrauding creditors under section 423 of the Insolvency Act 1986 or a transaction at an undervalue for the purposes of section 339 of the Insolvency Act 1986. Judgment, 22/03/2016, free

Published: 30/12/2001

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