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law and practice of divorce and matrimonial causes including proceedings in Magistrates courts by D. Tolstoy

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Published by Sweet & Maxwell in London .
Written in English

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  • Great Britain.

Subjects:

  • Divorce -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain

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Edition Notes

Includes legislation.

Statementby D. Tolstoy.
ContributionsGreat Britain.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationlxxii, 623 p.
Number of Pages623
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5765095M
LC Control Number71364595

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First ed., by G. Browne, published in under title: A treatise on the principles and practice of the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes. Published in under title: Latey on divorce; the law and practice in divorce and matrimonial causes. Includes legislation. Includes index. Description: cxxiv, pages 25 cm: Responsibility. : Law and practice in divorce and other matrimonial causes. (): W. John Dixon: Books. The current UK law on divorce was introduced from the 20 th century until today with a little change which was governed by Matrimonial Causes Act (MCA ). Although there is an attempt to overturn the Act in , but it hasn’t been implemented. Matrimonial Causes Law ( Revision) “spouse” means the male or female party to a marriage. *(2) The provisions of this Law, relating to legal separations and divorces obtained outside the Islands, applies to such legal separations and divorces obtained before 2nd December, as well as after and, in .

  Until the Matrimonial Causes Act , the law of divorce in England and Wales was governed by Ecclesiastical law and was under the jurisdiction of the Church Courts. Broadly, the Church Courts would only declare a marriage a “nullity” (and not allow divorce) with the effect that a marriage was deemed to have never existed, rather than. About this Book Catalog Record Details. The law and practice in divorce & matrimonial causes: together Hall, Arthur Gwynne Jeffreys. View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Introduction. The Matrimonial Causes Act extended the grounds for divorce; 1 and with effect from 1 January , either party to a marriage could petition for divorce on the grounds that the other: (a) had since the celebration of the marriage committed adultery; or (b) deserted the petitioner without cause for a period of at least three years immediately preceding the presentation of. LAW AND PRACTICE IN DIVORCE.1 MR. WILLIAM LATEY, with Mr. D. Perronet Rees, has prepared the eleventh edition of this book, which will hereafter bear his name. In the main, of course, it is what it purports to be: a comprehensive textbook on the law and practice in divorce and matrimonial causes in.

Full text of "Browne and Watts' law and practice in divorce and matrimonial causes" See other formats. Warmington, Louis Crispin. Divorce law. 2d ed. London: Law Notes Lending Library, p. Warmington, Louis Crispin. Warmington's Divorce law, an explanatory treatise on the law and practice in divorce (incorporating the Matrimonial causes rules, ). London: Law Notes Lending Library, p. A compe[n]dium of laws relating to marriage, divorce, adoption, and affiliation. The Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes was created by the Matrimonial Causes Act , which transferred the jurisdiction of the ecclesiastical courts in matters matrimonial to the new court so created.. The Judge Ordinary of the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes also presided over the Court of Probate, but the two Courts remained separate entities. This chapter discusses the grounds for divorce under the Matrimonial Causes Act These include adultery, unreasonable behaviour, desertion, two years’ separation plus consent, and five years’ separation. It also outlines the first year bar on divorce and the ground for divorce being that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. The chapter explores each of the five possible facts.