In the Estate of Crippen

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtProbate, Divorce and Admiralty Division
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72 cases
  • Hollington v Hewthorn (F.) & Company
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • Invalid date
    ... ... Held , ( a ) that, both on principle and authority, evidence of the conviction was inadmissible ... In the Estate of Crippen [ 1911 ] P. 108 ; Partington v. Partington and Atkinson [ 1925 ] P. 34 ; and O'Toole v. O'Toole ( 1926 ) 42 T. L. R ... ...
  • Dunbar v Plant
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 23 July 1997 far as the aider and abetter is concerned, unlawful violence. But it seems to me the broadest principle which is stated in the case of Crippen by Sir Samuel Evans is the right principle to apply anyway—that no person can obtain or enforce any rights resulting to him (or her in this case)......
  • Re Martin Glynn Deceased
    • Ireland
    • Supreme Court
    • 1 April 1992
    ...made it necessary and expedient to order that administration be granted to the Chief State Solicitor. Dictum of Evans P. in Re CrippenELR [1911] P. 108 followed. Cleaver v. Mutual Reserve Fund Life AssociationELR[1982] 1 Q.B. 147 considered. (S.C.) In re Martin Glynn (deceased); Ireland and......
  • Abdul Aziz bin Mohamed Daud; Malaysia National Insurance Sdn Bhd
    • Malaysia
    • Federal Court (Malaysia)
    • Invalid date
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  • Recent Judicial Decisions
    • United Kingdom
    • Sage Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles No. 57-4, October 1984
    • 1 October 1984
    ...own iniquity -ex turpi causa nor oritur actio. Out of the bestknown cases amongst a large number is In the estate Crippen, dec'd[1911] P. 108.The extent of the application of this principle isseen bycontrasting Cleaver v. Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association[1982]1 Q.B. 147 and Beresford v.......

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