P. (D.) v P. (J.)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtProbate, Divorce and Admiralty Division
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3 cases
  • B. (L.) v B. (R)
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 12 July 1965
    ...stress, and rightly so, on a Judgment of another county court judge sitting as a special commissioner, Judge Harold Brown, in the case of P. v. P., (1964) All England Law Reports, page 919.There also the commissioner refused a decree on facta not dissimilar, but I suggest very much stronger......
  • Sheldon v Sheldon
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal
    • 31 March 1966
    ...but was due to a deep-rooted fear of bearing a child. Making all allowances for her psychological infirmity, it was still cruelty - see P(D) v. P(J) 1965, 1 Weekly Law Reports, p. 963. And where a wife persistently refused her husband sexual intercourse, quite inexcusably, she was held guil......
  • Leslie v Leslie
    • Belize
    • Court of Appeal (Belize)
    • 1 November 1979
    ...I understand the speeches in Gollins v. Gollins, conduct to be cruel must still be inexcusable”. 39 The instant case is not one such as P. (D) v: P. (J) (1965) 2 All E.R. 456. ln that case the respondent, the wife, had at no time during the course of the marriage allowed the normal completi......

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