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07 DEC 2011

Jules v Robertson [2011] EWCA Civ 1322, (Longmore, Rimer LJJ and Warren J, 17 November 2011)

R had loaned J £75,000. The judge found that R could claim an interest in J’s property by way of proprietary estoppel, which was valueless because of pre-existing charges, such that R should be entitled to pursue a claim for the £75,000 personally despite J having entered into an IVA.


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