Calma v Sesar

JurisdictionNorthern Territory
CourtSupreme Court
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7 cases
  • Takamore v Clarke COA CA
    • New Zealand
    • Court of Appeal
    • 23 November 2011
    ...2 NZLR 236 (HC) at 252. 176 Williams v Williams, above n 170; Murdoch v Rhind, above n 170. 177 Williams v Williams, ibid, at 664. 178 Calma v Sesar (1992) 106 FLR 446 (NTSC) at 452; Hartshorne v Gardner [2008] EWHC B3 (Ch) at 179 R v Stewart (1840) 12 Ad & E 773 at 778 per Lord Denman CJ.......
  • Re JSB (A Child); Chief Executive, Ministry of Social Development v TS and another
    • New Zealand
    • High Court
    • Invalid date
  • Monalisa Veronica Walker v Deno Alexander Smith Jr
    • Bahamas
    • Supreme Court (Bahamas)
    • 30 November 2021
    ...a grant, and the court normally breaks the impasse by recourse to factors which have been set out in case law. In Calma v Sesar and anor (1992) 2 NTLR 37, one of the cases relied on by the defendant, Martin J [at 42] observed: “It requires that the Court resolve the argument in a practical ......
  • Derick Hartshorne v Gillian Helen Monica Gardner
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 14 March 2008
    ...should be slow to make findings as to the details of the deceased's family relationships. 4 In the Australian case of Calma v. Sesar (1992) 2 NTLR 37 the judge, Martin J, declined to hear evidence about the deceased's childhood relationships with members of his family. Again, in Holtham v. ......
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