‘In what circumstances can proprietary estoppel defeat an express declaration of trust?’

“This was the question before Recorder Midwinter QC on a recent application for permission to appeal in which James Hamerton-Stove acted for the successful respondent. A decision on whether to give permission to appeal should not ordinarily be cited unless it clearly indicates that it purports to establish a new principle or to extend the present law …” (more)

[James Hamerton-Stove, Tanfield Chambers, 11 May]

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