Hofman v Hofman

JurisdictionNew Zealand
CourtSupreme Court
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22 cases
  • Bhura v Bhura
    • United Kingdom
    • Family Division
    • 18 Marzo 2014
    ...problem with it is that that it allows the "solid tug of money" (as Woodhouse J evocatively put it (echoing George Eliot) in Hofman v Hofman [1965] NZLR 795 at 800) "to submerge any faint suggestion that other [non-financial] contributions play a valuable part in the acquisit......
  • Pettitt v Pettitt
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 23 Abril 1969
    ...Act, 1952, to "make such order with respect to the property in dispute … as it thinks fit". In his interesting judgment in Hofman v. Hofman [1965] N.Z.L.R. 795 (affirmed on appeal [1967] N.Z.L.R. 9) Woodhouse J. said: "There is a consistent line of authority to the effect th......
  • 陳 對 葉及另二人
    • Hong Kong
    • Family Court (Hong Kong)
    • 31 Julio 2018
    ...with it is that that is allows the “solid tug of money” (as Woodhouse J evocatively put it(echoing George Eliot) in Hofman v Hofman [1965] NZLR 795 at 800) “to submerge any faint suggestion that other [non-financial] contributions play a valuable part in the acquisition of family v) A furth......
  • 劉 對 徐
    • Hong Kong
    • Family Court (Hong Kong)
    • 28 Marzo 2019
    ...with it is that that it allows the “solid tug of money” (as Woodhouse J evocatively put it (echoing George Eliot) in Hofman v Hofman [1965] NZLR 795 at 800) “to submerge any faint suggestion that other [non-financial] contributions play a valuable part in the acquisition of family v) A furt......
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