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Paddington BS v Mendelsohn [1985] 50 P & CR 244

By Oxbridge Law TeamUpdated 04/01/2024 07:02

Judgement for the case Paddington BS v Mendelsohn

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  • Defendant 1 and Defendant 2 bought a flat in Defendant 1’s name, but paid for by both, with Plaintiff giving a mortgage.

  • At the time of the mortgage and completion, there were no express agreements of beneficial interest/trust, so that intentions would have to be imputed to them: Since the mother knew that the flat couldn’t be purchased without the mortgage, she is taken to have accepted that her interest would concede priority to the bank’s interest. 

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