J v J [1947] 2 All E.R. 43

Also known as Jeffcoat v Jeffcoat
 
Law of Nullity
 
 
J v J [1947] 2 All E.R. 43 is a Family and Child Law case concerning the Law of Nullity
 
Principle: The petitioner being aware of the respondent’s impotence before the marriage is not an absolute bar to a decree nisi of nullity on the ground of lack of sincerity.
 
References: [1947] P. 158, [1947] 2 All E.R. 43, 63 T.L.R. 435, [1947] 5 WLUK 61, [1947] L.J.R. 1468, 177 L.T. 157, (1947) 91 S.J. 325, [1947-51] C.L.Y. 3129
 
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