Victoria Roberts led by Charles Hale QC appeared in an appeal against the decision of Mr Justice Williams to pronounce a decree nisi of nullity to an Islamic marriage where the ceremony had not taken place in a registered building.
Mr Justice Williams had said the court was justified in taking a ‘holistic view of a process rather than a single ceremony’. The Court of Appeal however said the ceremony was non-qualifying and so it did not create a void marriage.
A full report relating to the case can be found here:
The judgment is available here:
Victoria Roberts has wide-ranging expertise in Chancery and Commercial matters, Insolvency, Inquests and Matrimonial Finance. She was appointed to Attorney General’s Civil Regional Panel in 2018.
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