In re Buchanan – Wollaston’s Covenant: 1939

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’


[1939] Ch 738


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedWilkinson 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