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Judgment in the case Tousi v Gaydukov

The  Court of Appeal recently handed down the judgment in Tousi v Gaydukova, addressing the issue of whether the term “cohabitants” can include parties to a void marriage, in the context of transferring a tenancy under the Family Law Act 1996.

This case also explores the legal ramifications of a void marriage, especially when the parties believed they were married for over 20 years, highlighting the complexities of marriages conducted abroad and their recognition in UK legal proceedings.

For those navigating similar family law issues or seeking a deeper understanding of how this judgment may impact their legal standing, our firm offers specialised consultations. We encourage you to reach out to us for tailored legal advice and support in these complex matters.



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