Young v Young (No. 1)

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtCourt of Appeal
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2 cases
  • F.J.W.T.-M. v C.N.R.T.-M.
    • Ireland
    • High Court
    • 22 June 2004
    ...P. 225. T v. T (Joinder of Third Parties)FLR [1996] 2 F.L.R. 640. Thomas v. ThomasFLR [1995] 2 F.L.R. 668. Young v. Young (No. 1)ELRWLRUNK [1962] P. 27; [1961] 3 W.L.R. 1109; [1961] 3 All E.R. 695. Family law - Judicial separation - Proper provision - Post-nuptial settlement - Certain asset......
  • N (C) v N (R)
    • Ireland
    • Circuit Court
    • 9 February 1995
    ...1923 2 IR 31 ROSS V ROSS 1908 2 IR 339 LEWIS V LEWIS 1940 IR 42 TOMKINS V TOMKINS 1948 P 170 JEFFREY V JEFFREY 1952 1 AER 790 YOUNG V YOUNG 1962 P 27 D (H) V D (P) UNREP SUPREME 8.5.78 1978/4/ D (J) V D (B) 1985 ILRM 688 D V D UNREP BARRON 19.12.89 1990/6/1608 WILLIAMS V WILLIAMS 1865 1 P &......
1 books & journal articles
  • Phenomenology and information studies
    • United Kingdom
    • Journal of Documentation Nbr. 61-1, February 2005
    • 1 February 2005
    ...words, being isconscious and aware and can examine its own existence. The questioning is integral toanother key element that Heidegger (1962, p. 27) expresses in Being and Time:This entity which each of us is himself and which includes inquiring as one of the possibilitiesof its Being, we s......

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