Martin v Martin

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtFamily Division
Date1976
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11 cases
  • K v K (Financial Provision: Conduct)
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 22 July 1987
    ...to the breakdown was taken into account: see Hall v. Hall, W. v. W. (Financial Provision) (1976) Fam. 107 and Martin v. Martin (1976) Fam. 167 and 335. As I have indicated earlier in this judgment, I see no restricting words or meaning to be inferred in the wording of the sub-section. The c......
  • Martin v Martin
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 14 June 1976
    ...no payment of any lump sum to the wife. 3Mr. Justice Purchas delivered a long and careful reserved judgment which is now reported in 1976 2 W. L. R. p. 901, and I shall give only a brief summary of the facts. The marriage was on the 6th June, 1942, when the husband was 24 and the wife 22 ye......
  • Kyte v Kyte
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • Invalid date
    ...the breakdown was taken into account: see Hall v Hall (above); W v W (Financial Provision: Lump Sum) [1976] Fam 107; and Martin v Martin [1976] Fam 167 and 335. As I have indicated earlier in this judgment, I see no restricting words or meaning to be inferred in the wording of s 25(2). The ......
  • Schenk v Schenk et Al
    • Bahamas
    • Supreme Court
    • 28 July 1988
    ......They were: Chamberlain v. Chamberlain [1974] 1 ALL E.R. 33 and Martin v. Martin [1977] 3 ALL E.R. 762 . . 32 In the first of those cases, the court at instance had ordered that the matrimonial home ......
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