Tracker Mortgage in UK Law

Leading Cases
  • Norris v Norris
    • Family Division
    • 28 Noviembre 2002

    I do not think it appropriate to add back the entire overspend, but I do not consider it unfair to add back into the husband's assets the figure of £250,000. A spouse can, of course, spend his or her money as he or she chooses, but it is only fair to add back in to that spouse's assets the amount by which he or she recklessly depletes the assets and thus potentially disadvantages the other spouse within ancillary relief proceedings.

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  • Caledonian Railway Act 1845
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1845
    ......, That it shall be lawful for the Company borrow to borrow on Mortgage or Bond any Sums not exceeding in the Money' whole the Sum of Seven ... of the clear Head-room above the Waterway of the Canal, any Steam-tracker shall be impeded in passing along, or shall not be able at all Times ......
  • Slamannan and Borrowstouness Railway Act 1846
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1846
    ...... shall from Time to Timc be lawful for thc Coinpany to borrow on Mortgage or Bond, and if paid up again to borrow, in the Manner provided for ... of the clear Head Room above the Waterway of the Canal any Steam Tracker shall be impeded in passing along, or shall not bc able at all Times ......
  • Slamannan Junction Railway Act 1844
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1844
    ......-and Secretary, the Determination as to the borrowing of Money on Mortgage, the Determination as to the Augmentation of Capital, the Determination as ... the respective Heights or Head-room by this Act fixed, any Steam Tracker shall be impeded in passing along, or shall not be able at all Times ......
  • Chester Lighthouse. Act 1776
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1776
    ...... or more of them, to be duly executed, to grant, bargain, sell, mortgage, assign, and set over, the several Duties arising or to arise by virtue of be admitted as a Tower or Tracker of Ships or Vessels with Horses, within the Port of Chester . aforesaid; ......
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Books & Journal Articles
  • Who were the winners and losers in the Financial Crisis of 2008: it depends
    • Nbr. 21-4, September 2014
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 447-460
    Purpose: – This paper aims to address the question of who gained and who lost in the financial crisis of 2008. Design/methodology/approach: – Gains and losses were identified by groups ranging fro...
    ...... as a result, have not seen as large a drop in asset ownership.The mortgage crisis has had different impacts on various demographic groups. ...The Tracker reveals that over 60 per cent of TARP funds did, in fact, go to“Bank ......
  • Supervision of the Responsible Lending Regimes: Theory, Evidence, Analysis and Reforms*
    • Nbr. 46-2, June 2018
    • Federal Law Review
    National responsible lending regimes have operated in Australia since 2009, with the stated aims to encourage prudent lending, curtail undesirable market practices, and impose sanctions for irrespo...
    ...... monthly data from the Reserve Bank of Australia indicates that mortgage loans totalled more than $1,723 billion at the end of December 2017 and ... 189 ASIC, ‘ Australian Financial Attitudes and Behavioural Tracker" ’ (Report 541, March 2017) 44. 190 See Kathleen C Engel, \xE2"......
  • Quantifying the potential impact of a green supporting factor or brown penalty on European banks and lending
    • Nbr. 27-3, July 2019
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 380-394
    Purpose: The European Parliament and Commission are considering introducing a green supporting factor (GSF) or brown penalty (BP) for capital reserve requirements. This paper aims to estimate the p...
    ...... role in European householddebt relatively to the USA, as well as mortgage debt which is covered in a different asset class,roughly 35 per cent of ... carbon2013: wasted Capital and stranded assets”, Carbon Tracker andthe Grantham ResearchInstitute, LSE, London.Martinez-Miera, D. and ......
  • “Wisdom of the crowds” and online information reliability. A case study of Israeli real estate websites
    • Nbr. 38-3, April 2014
    • Online Information Review
    • 417-435
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to determine whether the quality and reliability of websites’ content can be assessed through the lens of “wisdom of the crowds”. In particular as a case stu...
    ....../1.1728849)(Hebrew)“The banks predict: housing prices dropped –mortgage conditions to become more difficult”(Published on 10/4/2012 on ...and Benyuan, L. (2013), “Online socialnetworks flu trend tracker: a novel sensory approach to predict flu trends”, in Gabriel, J.,Schier, ......
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