Gascoigne v Gascoigne

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtKing's Bench Division
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99 cases
  • Tinsley v Milligan
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 30 July 1991
    ...that the court is bound to answer "yes" to this question. She relies on a line of authorities which includes such well-known cases as Gascoiqne v. Gascoiqne [1918] 1 K.B. 223 and Chettiar v. Chettiar [1962] A.C. 2 The facts 3First, the material facts. The house in question is 141 Thomas S......
  • Abdul Sameed and Another; Mohamed Kunju
    • Malaysia
    • High Court (Malaysia)
    • 1 January 1951
  • Foo Stie Wah; Neo Tai Kim
    • Singapore
    • Court of Appeal (Singapore)
    • Invalid date
  • Tinker v Tinker
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 3 December 1969 so as to avoid any risk of it being taken by his creditors in case his business was not a success. what is the result in law? In Gascoigne v. Gascoigne (1918 1 K.B. 223) It was held that, when a husband put a house in his wife's name so as to avoid it being taken by his creditors, the ......
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4 books & journal articles
  • The Pension Trust: Fit For Purpose?
    • United Kingdom
    • The Modern Law Review No. 82-5, September 2019
    • 1 September 2019
    ...(2016) 29 Tru s t L a wInternational 59, and cases cited therein.34 Cory vGertcken (1816) 2 Madd 40; 56 ER 250.35 Gascoigne vGascoigne [1918] 1 KB 223; In Re Emery’s Investment Trusts (1959) Ch 410.C2019 The Author. The Modern Law Review C2019 The Modern Law Review Limited.(2019) 82(5) ML......
  • Equity and Trust
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Annual Review No. 2004, December 2004
    • 1 December 2004
    ...the doctrine of illegality to criminal offences, this passage reflects too narrow a view of the doctrine. Thus, in Gascoigne v Gascoigne[1918] 1 KB 223, a husband who took a lease of land in his wife”s name to evade his creditors was not allowed to rely on his fraudulent objective to rebut ......
  • Modern Day Illegality: Mance LJ and the Range of Factors Approach
    • United Kingdom
    • Southampton Student Law Review No. 9-1, January 2019
    • 1 January 2019
    ...(Federated Malay States)). 46Collier (n 2) [91] (Mance LJ). 47Tinker v Tinker (No 1) [1970] 2 WLR 331 (CA). 48Gascoigne v Gascoigne [1918] 1 KB 223 (HC). 49Collier (n 2) [97] (Mance LJ). 50Collier (n 2) [99] (Mance LJ). 51Beth Richards-Bray, ‘Farewell to the Presumption of Advancement’ [201......
  • The Law of Illegality and Trusts: A New Mess for the Old One
    • United Kingdom
    • Southampton Student Law Review No. 9-1, January 2019
    • 1 January 2019
    ...If Milligan succeeds, her equitable share of the property will ‘jump back’ to her.19Thus, Tinsley counter-claimed that a purchase 12[1918] 1 KB 223 (CA). 13Bowmakers Ltd v Barnet Instruments Ltd [1945] KB 65 (CA). 14Tinsley (n 2) 371B (Lord Browne-Wilkinson). 15Dyer v Dyer [1778] EWHC Exch ......

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