e-Book Matrimonial Property and Finance epub downloadAuthor: Peter Duckworth
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Publisher: FT Law & Tax; 2nd Revised edition edition (August 1985)
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The Matrimonial Proceedings and Property Act 1970 (c 45) is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom concerning court cases between married people. English land law. English property law. Civil Partnership Act 2004 ss 65, 66, 72 and Schs 5-7.
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Matrimonial Property", Encyclopedia of Private International Law (Edward . Co-Author/s: Inge Kroppenberg/Dieter Schwab/Dieter Henrich/Peter Gottwald/Andreas Spickhoff (ed. Published Oct 2009.
Matrimonial Property", Encyclopedia of Private International Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017), pp. 1234-1246. Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing. Towards a Matrimonial Property Regime for England and Wales?", Fifty Years in Family Law – Essays for Stephen Cretney (Intersentia Publishing, 2012), pp. 129-142. Publisher: Intersentia Publishing.
Matrimonial regimes, or marital property systems, are systems of property ownership between spouses providing . In Common law countries, the default and only matrimonial regime is separation of property, though some .
Matrimonial regimes, or marital property systems, are systems of property ownership between spouses providing for the creation or absence of a marital estate, and if created, what properties are included in that estate, how and by whom it is managed, and how it will be divided and inherited at the end of the marriage. states, known as community property states, are an exception.
In most examined systems matrimonial property law has been codified. In countries in which codified law constitutes the principal source of matrimonial property law specific Acts and Ordinances may also be of importance. In Denmark and England, however, specific legislation is the principal source of matrimonial property law. In all systems judge-made law or case-law plays an important role to a varying degree. For example, Italy has a Divorce Act, Germany the Verordnung über die Behandlung der Ehewohnung und des Hausrats and France specific Acts forming part of the Code de commerce1.