Buswell v Inland Revenue Commissioners: CA 1974


Orr LJ, Russell and Stamp LJJ


[1974] 1 WLR 1631


England and Wales


ApprovedIn the Estate of Fuld, decd (No 3) ChD 1967
The deceased had spent relatively equal periods in two or more countries. The parties disputed his domicile.
Held: A blind adherence to foreign law can not be always expected of an English Court. The legal relationship between a person and the . .

Cited by:

CitedBarlow Clowes International Ltd and Others v Henwood CA 23-May-2008
The receiver appealed against an order finding that the debtor petitioner was not domiciled here when the order was made. The debtor had a domicile of origin in England, but later acquired on in the Isle of Man. He then acquired a home in Mauritius . .
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Updated: 05 May 2022; Ref: scu.268050