Gulbenkian v Gulbenkian

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtProbate, Divorce and Admiralty Division
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15 cases
  • H v H
    • Cayman Islands
    • Grand Court
    • 6 March 2007
    ...(3) Cruh v. Cruh, [1945] 2 All E.R. 545; (1945), 115 L.J.P. 6; 173 L.T. 367; 62 T.L.R. 16, referred to. (4) Gulbenkian v. Gulbenkian, [1937] 4 All E.R. 618; (1937), 158 L.T. 46, dictum of Langton J. applied. (5) Hawkes v. Hawkes, 1996 CILR 317, applied. (6) Le Mesurier v. Le Mesurier, [1895......
  • Re McDonald
    • Jamaica
    • Court of Appeal
    • 1 January 1952
    ...In re (No. 3), Hartley v. Fuld, [1968] P. 675; [1965] 3 All E.R. 776, dicta of Scarman J. applied. (9) Gulbenkian v. Gulbenkian, [1937] 4 All E.R. 618; (1937), 158 L.T. 46, dictum of Langton J. applied. (10) Jopp v. WoodENRENR(1865), 4 De G.J. & S. 616. 46 E.R. 1057. (11) May v. May, [1......
  • Christina Lynn Estrada v Walid Bin Ahmed Abdallah Al-Juffali
    • United Kingdom
    • Family Division
    • 8 February 2016
    ...v. Tryon , that difficulty of ascertainment is not by any means fatal to a clause of this kind." 63 Finally, Langton J in Gulbenkian v Gulbenkian [1937] 4 All ER 618 at 627 observed: "In other word, the intention must be a present intention to reside permanently, but it does not m......
  • Peters Roger May v Pinder Lillian Gek Lian
    • Singapore
    • High Court (Singapore)
    • 17 April 2009
    ...at 458 ([16] supra); Doucet v Geoghegan (1878) 9 Ch D 441 (CA); Waddington v Waddington (1920) 36 TLR 359; Gulbenkian v Gulbenkian [1937] 4 All ER 618, 22 Dicey observed that the animus manendi rarely is manifested positively in the form of a person’s determination to spend the rest of his ......
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