In a recent High Court decision concerning the division of matrimonial assets, the Judge developed an extensive (and somewhat mathematical) methodology “as a rough check” to his discretionary powers in determining a “just and equitable” division of the matrimonial assets. This introduced a new perspective to an exercise long considered to be impossible to be mathematically precise. This piece considers the extent of the utility of the new methodology.
Asian Studies | Contracts | Family Law
Law, Society and Governance
Singapore Journal of Legal Studies
National University of Singapore
The Division of Matrimonial Assets: A Mathematical Methodology as a "Check"? AJR v. AJS. (2010). Singapore Journal of Legal Studies. , (2), 516-529. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/1972
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