Kelson v Kelson: 11 Feb 1853

A question in the cause was whether a settlement was voluntary, which was expressed to be made for ‘divers good and valuable considerations.’ No evidence had been given on the question of consideration ; and the Court was of opinion that the parties ought to have an opportunity of shewing whether there was or was not a valuable consideration for the deed ; and the case was adjourned to Chambers for that purpose.


[1853] EngR 240, (1853) 9 Hare App 86, (1853) 68 ER 807



Family, Trusts

Updated: 18 May 2022; Ref: scu.294226