Mark v Mark: CA 27 Nov 2002

Effect of questions about immigration status on domicile and jurisdiction to issue divorce petition.


[2002] EWCA Civ 1837




England and Wales

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See AlsoMark v Mark CA 19-Feb-2004
The husband sought to stay divorce proceedings saying that his wife was an illegal overstayer, and could not therefore establish residence either as habitual or as domicile of choice.
Held: Jurisdiction existed. The law since Shah had . .
See AlsoMark v Mark HL 30-Jun-2005
The petitioner sought to divorce her husband. Both were Nigerian nationals, and had married under a valid polygamous marriage in Nigeria. She claimed that the courts had jurisdiction because of her habitual residence here despite the fact that her . .
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Updated: 26 July 2022; Ref: scu.217846