De Lasala v De Lasala

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
CourtPrivy Council
Judgment Date1979
Date1979
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265 cases
  • E.M. Lane, M.S. Lane and Warren-Gash v R.R Lane
    • Jersey
    • Royal Court
    • 5 August 1985
    ...J.J. 911. (2) Bonn, In re, 1971 J.J. 1771. (3) Dagless, In re, Royal Court (1972), 260 Ex. 401, unreported (4) de Lasala v. de Lasala, [1980] A.C. 546 ([1979] UKPC 10); [1979] 2 All E.R. 1146; (1979), 123 Sol. Jo. 301. (5) Felard Invs. v. Trustees of the Church of Our Lady &c., 1979 J. J. 1......
  • Aspden (HM Inspector of Taxes) v Hildesley
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 30 November 1981
    ...subsec. (3) of section 24sec. 24 of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 I do not think that either that case or de Lasala v. de Lasala ELR[1980] A.C. 546, a decision of the Privy Council on which the Court of Appeal based themselves, is to be taken as a decision on the effect of a consent order......
  • Soulsbury v Soulsbury
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 10 October 2007
    ...before making the order. There is nothing surprising about that. Thorpe J. was applying principles by then well established by de Lasala v de Lasala [1980] A.C. 546, Thwaite v Thwaite [1982] Fam. 1 and Jenkins v Livesey (formerly Jenkins) [1985] A.C. 424. The principle stated in de Lasala p......
  • Kelley v Corston
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 10 July 1997
    ...the order made by the District Judge was dependent not on the consent of the parties but on the making of the order by the court. ( De Lasala v De Lasala [1980] AC 546 and Livesey (formerly Jenkins) v Jenkins [1985] 1 AC 424) 7 In Thwaite v Thwaite [1982] F1 the Court of Appeal adopted the ......
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1 firm's commentaries
  • A Stern Warning From The Supreme Court In England To Spouses Who Hide Their Assets
    • United Kingdom
    • Mondaq UK
    • 17 December 2015
    ...should have been brought by appeal. The CA side-stepped the issue by treating W's application as a fresh action per de Lasala v de Lasala [1980] AC 546, which says that where a consent order has finally disposed of the issues raised between the parties, the only means to have it set aside o......
1 books & journal articles
  • ENGLISH STATUTES IN SINGAPORE COURTS
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal Nbr. 1991, December 1991
    • 1 December 1991
    ...Geo. IV c.74. 340 (1809) 2 Ky. Cr. 1. 341 4 Geo. IV c.34. 342 (1858) 3 Ky. 16. 343 39 & 40 Geo. III c.98. 344 (1896) 4 S.S.L.R. 141. 345 [1980] A.C. 546. 346 Ibid., at p. 558. 347 (1845) 1 Rob, Ecc. 304 at p. 318; 163 E.R. 1047. 348 (1879) 5 App. Cas. 342 at p. 344. 349 [1927] A.C. 515 at p......
1 forms
  • Chapter CG22420
    • United Kingdom
    • Formularios de Derecho Civil, Mercantil y Registral HMRC Guidance manuals
    • Invalid date
    ...However you should not accept this view; it is a view that was rejected by the Privy Council in the non-tax case of de Lasala v de Lasala 1980 AC546 in which Lord Diplock `Financial arrangements that are agreed upon between the parties for the purpose of receiving the approval and being mad......

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