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01 FEB 2012

Re Ellis-Carr (In Bankruptcy); Levy v Ellis-Carr [2012] EWHC 63 (Ch); (Chancery Division, Norris J, 23 January 2012)

A property was registered in the joint names of EC and his mother. A bankruptcy order was made against EC in 1994. The bankruptcy proceeded on the basis that EC had a 50% interest in the property, with EC enquiring how he might acquire the trustee’s interest in the property. EC later asserted that the entire beneficial interest in the property was owned by his mother.


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