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Lister v Stubbs

[1890] 45 Ch D 1

Case summary last updated at 24/02/2020 14:48 by the Oxbridge Notes in-house law team.

Judgement for the case Lister v Stubbs

D was the foreman for P and placed orders with X in return for a bribe. P brought an action against D to reclaim the bribe via constructive trust. CA denied that a constructive trust existed, saying instead that D was merely under a fiduciary duty in personam to pay over the money as being owed to P.

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