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Abbott v Abbott

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Abbott v Abbott
Citation(s)  [2007] UKPC 53, [2008] 1 FLR 1451
Prior action(s)  Court of Appeal of Antigua and Barbuda
Ruling court  Judicial Committee of the Privy Council
Similar  Stack v Dowden, Jones v Kernott, Gissing v Gissing, Lloyds Bank plc v Rosset

Abbott v Abbott [2007] UKPC 53 was advice from the Privy Council on a case from the Court of Appeal of Antigua and Barbuda, that is relevant for English land law and concerns the nature of constructive trusts.

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Facts

Mr and Mrs Abbott were in Antigua and Barbuda and were married. There the shares would still be determined by property law. Mr Abbott was the registered owner. Mr Abbott did not dispute that Mrs Abbott had a share, but disputed the amount.

Judgment

Baroness Hale, delivering the opinion of the Board, said the following.

References

Abbott v Abbott Wikipedia


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