‘Proprietary Estoppel and the Matrimonial Home on the Death of a Spouse – Anaghara v Anaghara & Others [2020] EWHC 3091’

“It is rare that a spouse needs to pursue a claim in proprietary estoppel to secure occupation of a matrimonial home owned by the other spouse on the latter’s death: the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 will usually provide a remedy. But where, as here, the deceased is not domiciled in England and Wales the 1975 Act does not apply …” (more)

[Mark Dubbery, Pump Court Chambers, 20 November]

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