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Grandison v Joseph [2019] EWHC 977 (Fam)

The husband unsuccessfully appealed an order to transfer the legal title in 42 properties into his sole name (and release the wife from the associated mortgages).

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Case note, published: 16/10/2019


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  • The husband and wife had owned 127 properties, which were to be divided between them. The husband appealed against an order that 42 properties be put on sale unless he transferred them into his sole name and released the wife from her obligations under those mortgages. In Cohen J's judgment, the judge was plainly right to find that the husband had not used his best endeavours to obtain the wife's release from the mortgages, and the appeal was rejected. Judgment, 26/04/2019, free

Published: 16/10/2019


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