Herbert v Doyle: The Common Intention Constructive Trust and Informal Bargains Concerning Land

I’ve just posted a case-note concerning Herbert v Doyle on SSRN. This case examined the possibility of a common intention constructive trust arising out of a relatively complex bargain that the parties had originally anticipated would be in writing but where they ultimately relied on an agreement reached informally and orally at a meeting. The link is here.

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