<i>Minwalla v Minwalla</i>: Straining the Limits of Comity

10 OCT 2005

Timothy Hanson and Mark Renouf, Associate Members of No 5 Chambers, Birmingham and Advocates of the Royal Court of Jersey. The authors examine the Jersey courts approach to enforcement of the orders made in the recent High Court case, Minwalla v Minwalla and others [2004] EWHC 2823 (Fam),[2005] 1 FLR 771. The Royal Court of Jersey had to consider the extent to which the declaration that a Jersey trust was a sham, together with the other consequential orders made, should be recognised and enforced as a matter of comity. See October [2005] Fam Law 794 for the full article.

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