Sangha v Sangha & ors WTLR(w) 2021-12

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JASWINDER KAUR SANGHA

V

1. THE ESTATE OF DILJIT KAUR SANGHA

2. SUNDEEP SINGH SANGHA

3. MANDI VANDERPUYE

4. HARBIKSUN SINGH SANGHA

5. JAGPAL KAUR SANGHA

(Case No: PT-2017-000104)

and

JASWINDER KAUR SANGHA

v

SUNDEEP SINGH SANGHA

(Case No: PT-2019-000757)

JUDGMENT DEPUTY MASTER BOWLES: [1] Hartar Singh Sangha (Hartar) died on 3rd September 2016, in Chandigarh, in the Punjab region of India, aged 72. He had been the owner of very substantial assets in India and in the United Kingdom. These two Claims are concerned with the validity of Hartar’s wills and the devolution of …
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Counsel Details

Mark Blackett-Ord (5 Stone Buildings, Lincoln’s Inn, London WC2A 3XT, tel 020 7242 6201, email clerks@5sblaw.com), instructed by Sebastians (St Bartholomew House, 92 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1PB, tel 020 7583 2105, email sebastians@seblaw.co.uk) for the claimant in both claims.

William East (5 Stone Buildings, Lincoln’s Inn, London WC2A 3XT, tel 020 7242 6201, email clerks@5sblaw.com), instructed by Huggins & Lewis Foskett (5/6 The Shrubberies, George Lane, South Woodford, London E18 1BG, tel 020 8989 3000, email law@huggins-law.co.uk) for the first, second and third defendants in PT-2017-000104 and the defendant in PT-2019-000757.

Henry Hendron (Chambers of Henry Hendron, 81 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1DD, tel 020 7164 6012, email henry@courthouselegal.co.uk), instructed by Richard Hendron (tel 020 3887 3604, email richard@rhendron.com) for the fifth defendant in PT-2017-000104.

Cases Referenced

Legislation Referenced

  • Administration of Estates Act 1925
  • Administration of Justice Act 1982
  • Administration of Justice Act 1982, s17
  • Administration of Justice Act 1982, s21
  • CPR 57.5
  • Insolvency Act 1986
  • Insolvency Act 1986, s282
  • Insolvency Act 1986, s306
  • Registration Act 1908 (India)
  • Wills Act 1837
  • Wills Act 1837, s9
  • Wills Act 1963
  • Wills Act 1963, s1
  • Wills Act Amendment Act 1852