Express Trust

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Common intention constructive trust deconstructed

The common intention constructive trust is a rare beast.  Its remedial potential had a brief moment of sun until the Court of Appeal delivered its decision in Harvey v Beveridge. The facts of Harvey v Beveridge can be summarised as follows: Mr Beveridge was befriended by Dr Byrd who provided him with a home in a … Continue reading

Express trust alleged to protect deposits

Designing a kitchen takes time and effort.  And about a billion magzines.  You finally get it nutted down.  Kitchen professional is chosen, design finalised, deposit paid.  At this point thoughts of trusts are as far from your mind as possible, your mind being full of composite vs granite.  Will marble really stain that badly (ah … Continue reading