I’ve got parental duty so can’t do a full note on Jones v Kernott  UKSC 53 now. The headlines, though, are:
(a) Ms Jones won the appeal so that her 90% share in the disputed property was re-instated;
(b) the UKSC agree on the outcome but there is disagreement on the principles (esp Lord Wilson with Lord Kerr somewhere between);
(c) the majority, in essence, follow Stack but, it might be said, with a slight change of emphasis or, more politely, with more explanation about inferring/imputing shares;
(d) Lord Walker and Baroness Hale, who gave a joint judgment, engage with academic commentary on Stack. The key paragraph in their judgment may come to be seen as the summary of the relevant principles at  but it will need to be remembered that this is a summary and that the meat is in the rest of the judgment.
More later tonight, hopefully …