Clarion Housing Association Ltd v Carter WTLR(w) 2021-13

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HMRC v Fisher & ors WTLR(w) 2021-14

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

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Mundil-Williams v Mundil-Williams & ors WTLR(w) 2021-11

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Rokkan v Rokkan & anr WTLR(w) 2021-10

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Graham v Lynch & ors WTLR(w) 2021-09

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Clipperton & anr v HMRC WTLR(w) 2021-08

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Wills & anr v Sowray WTLR(w) 2021-07

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Hinduja v Hinduja & ors WTLR(w) 2021-06

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The parties were four brothers. The claimant was the eldest brother and patriarch of the family. The litigation generally concerned the legal effectiveness or otherwise of two letters, by which the brothers had, inter alia, appointed one another as executors, and had stated that assets held in the name of any individual brother belonged to all four. Through an oversight, the claimant’s advisers had failed to file a certificate of suitability from his litigation friend (and daughter) when the claim was originally made, as required by CPR 21.5. A certificate was later filed togeth...

Guest & anr v Guest WTLR(w) 2021-05

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The respondent (who had been the claimant at first instance) was the eldest son of the two appellants. He had worked on the family farm full-time for some 33 years, until his relationship with his parents deteriorated. The respondent then brought proceedings against the appellants seeking a declaration of his entitlement to a beneficial interest in the farm on the basis of an alleged proprietary estoppel. At first instance, the court found in his favour, concluding that the first appellant had consistently and over time led the respondent to believe that he would inherit a sufficient sta...