Estate in UK Law

Leading Cases
  • Re Neeld, decd
    • Court of Appeal
    • 08 mars 1962

    Apart from Peers and, possibly, Peeresses, and dismissing from consideration those' at the othor end of the scale, vagrants and criminals, every person must have a surname and, indeed, though it is immaterial, a Christian name in order that he (or she) may be identified., A porson lives with his name; he cannot do without, it; he uses it on all normal occasions for business and social purpose So Many must be familiar with and have experience of persons who, for good reason, have changed their naraca.

  • Re Krubert (Deceased)
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 27 juin 1996

    In the latter case the provision referred to is such financial provision as it would be reasonable in all the circumstances of the case for the applicant to receive for his or her maintenance. In the former it is such financial provision as it would be reasonable in all the circumstances of the case for a husband or wife to receive whether or not it is required for his or her maintenance.

  • Muir or Williams v Muir
    • House of Lords
    • 16 avril 1943

    He has merely been given the power of saying on behalf of the settlor which of the issue of A shall take the property under the settlement and in what proportions. It is as though the settlor had left a blank in the settlement which B fills up for him if and when the power of appointment is exercised. The appointees' interests come to them under the settlement alone and by virtue of that document.

See all results
Books & Journal Articles
See all results
Law Firm Commentaries
See all results

VLEX uses login cookies to provide you with a better browsing experience. If you click on 'Accept' or continue browsing this site we consider that you accept our cookie policy. ACCEPT