Jordan v Jordan: CA 29 Jul 1999

Where a divorce had been in a competent foreign court between parties then living there, and the ancillary relief had been granted by that court, an application to enforce the ancillary relief order should first be made to the original court, and not to an English court merely because one of the parties now lived here.


Times 29-Jul-1999, Gazette 11-Aug-1999


Matrimonial and Family Proceedings Act 1984 13


England and Wales


Appeal fromA Elaine Jordan v Roy Gregory Jordan Admn 12-Jul-1999
The parties had married and divorced and made a financial settlement in the US, but the husband had returned to live in the UK. The wife now sought in effect to enforce the balance of the US order here. . .
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Updated: 28 April 2022; Ref: scu.82625