Hargreaves v Hargreaves: 1926

The marriage settlement included an annual sum of pounds 500 appointed by the settler. The question was whether there was any property settled other than the pounds 500.
Held: There was not: ‘to my mind, the property settled is not the whole fund out of which the 500l. was carved, but it is the 500l. and nothing else.’
Hill J
[1926] P 42
England and Wales
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