Ayesha Vardag and John Oxley analyse the latest judgment in Chai v Peng, and the court’s approach to the law in a connected jurisdiction ‘The UK has clearly avoided European laws that allow for the application of foreign law in English courts, but the approach of judges has not always been consistent.’ The decision in …
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- C v C  EWHC 742 (Fam)
- Chai v Peng  EWHC 3518 (Fam);  EWHC 3519 (Fam);  EWCA Civ 1312;  EWHC 792 (Fam)
- Otobo v Otobo  EWCA Civ 949
- Radmacher v Granatino  UKSC 42; WTLR(w) 2010-13
- Thyssen-Bornemisza v Thyssen-Bornemisza (No 2)  FLR 1069
- Z v Z  EWHC 2878 (Fam)