When considering the need to order the sale of property against the wishes of a joint owner, ‘the Court has a complete discretion to do what is right and proper, and will not allow the voice of the man who is in breach of his obligation to persist’
 Ch 738
England and Wales
Cited – Wilkinson v Chief Adjudication Officer CA 24-Mar-2000
The claimant owned a half share in a property. It was said that this brought her disposable capital above the limit to make a claim. She had inherited it, but had transferred it to her brother in satisfaction of her mother’s wishes. . .
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Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.207073