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Wheatley v Silkstone & Haigh Moor Coal Co [1885] 29 ChD 715

By Oxbridge Law TeamUpdated 04/01/2024 07:05

Judgement for the case Wheatley v Silkstone & Haigh Moor Coal Co

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  • Contract can be rescinded if:

    • Other company is his ‘one man company’

    • Director can be ‘identified’ with company B

      • E.g. company B has been set up by Defendant as a conduit to allow him to purchase company property

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