Mistake and Inheritance Act claims: Unintended consequences

Francis Ng outlines a rare modern example of rescission for mistake in hostile proceedings Clarke is unusual in that it is a rare modern example of rescission for mistake in hostile proceedings. Deputy Master Linwood gave judgment in Clarke v Allen on 23 May 2019. The decision covered two claims by Matilda Clarke (Matilda). One …
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Pensions: Home and away

Bethany Davies highlights problems when dealing with overseas pensions or pensions in this jurisdiction that are subject to an overseas order ‘Ordinarily the default position of pension companies in this jurisdiction is that a pension share will not be implemented unless an order has been made by the court in England and Wales.’ Often, aside …
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