Hall v Hall: CA 1984

After divorce proceedings had commenced, the wife visited the husband, then living with someone else, and stabbed him. She now appealed an order for maintenance reduced because of her conduct.
Held: The conduct was clearly gross and obvious, and was separate from the general conduct within the marriage. The appeal failed.
[1984] FLR 631
Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 25
England and Wales
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CitedKyte v Kyte CA 22-Jul-1987
The parties disputed an ancillary relief claim on their divorce. The husband had been suicidally depressed. The wife had committed adultery over a long time and also assisted her husband’s failed suicide. The husband now sought to rely upon her . .

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Updated: 27 October 2021; Ref: scu.235271