C.D. -V- W.D. AND BARCLAYS BANK PLC

Family Law - Property Law - Litigation - Section 12 of the Married Women's Status Act, 1957

C.D. –v- W.D. AND BARCLAYS BANK PLC

Family Property Law - Litigation - High Court

Plaintiff, who is the wife of the first named Defendant, brings a claim pursuant to Section 12 of the Married Women's Status Act, 1957 that she is entitled to a beneficial interest in lands in County Kilkenny held in her husband's sole name. She also seeks a declaration that the second named Defendant's claim, if any, to be secured on the said lands affects only her husband's beneficial share in the said lands.

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