Family Law in UK Law
Ladd v Marshall
......She says he would almost certainly have resorted to physical violence and. that she was in fear not only of him but other members of the family and it was for that reason that she did not tell the truth. There was an affidavit by a notice sergeant as to another interview and by the solicitor, ......
- R v Turnbull
ZH (Tanzania) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
......There is power to deport non-citizen family members of those deported under section 3(5) but there is no power to deport citizens under that or any other provision of the 1971 Act. It is easy ......
G v G (Minors: Custody Appeal)
......Both had children from their former marriages living in family with them. At the time of the divorce there were three groups of children. The first group consisted of the two children of the father and his first ......
Huang v Secretary of State for the Home Department; Abu-Qulbain v Same; Kashmiri v Same
......Both claim that the refusal of leave to remain is unlawful because incompatible with their Convention right to respect for their family life guaranteed by sections 2, 3 and 6 of and article 8 in Schedule 1 to the Human Rights Act 1998. This opinion is directed solely to the position ......
Watt (or Thomas) v Thomas
......It is an important fact that the family home was a house at Alyth which belonged to the wife. There husband and wife lived together with a fair degree of happiness till the latter half of ......
Calderbank v Calderbank
......  EWCA Civ J0605-1 In The Supreme Court of Judicature Court of Appeal On Appeal from The Family Division . Before: . Lord Justice Cairns . Lord Justice Scarman . Sir Gordon Willmer . . In the Matter of an Application For Ancillary ......
Gissing v Gissing
....... . 2 I take a common case where husband and wife agreed when acquiring the family home that the wife should make a financial contribution and the title to the house was taken in the husband's name. That contribution could take one ......
White v White
......But, additionally, he reasonably required to be able to continue farming in a worthwhile way. The financial contributions from his family made this reasonable. . . 13 Mrs White appealed to the Court of Appeal. Her appeal was successful. The Court of Appeal (Butler-Sloss, Thorpe ......
- Connelly v DPP
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