Burgess v Rawnsley: CA 15 Apr 1975

Lord Denning MR, Browne LJ, Sir John Pennicuick
[1975] 3 All ER 244, [1975] EWCA Civ 2
England and Wales
FollowedWilliams v Hensman 10-Jun-1861
A fund of money was bequeathed on trust to be invested so as to generate an income payable to A ‘the principal to go to her children at her death’.
Held: The will created a joint tenancy. The court set out three ways in which a joint tenancy . .

Cited by:
CitedBarton v Morris 1985
A couple lived together as man and wife and bought a property for use as a guest house business to be run as a partnership. The conveyance executed by both of them included an express declaration that they held the property upon trust for themselves . .
CitedRe Palmer (A Deceased Debtor), Palmer v Palmer CA 6-Apr-1994
Property had been conveyed to the deceased and the appellant, his widow, to be held as joint tenants. The deceased dies whilst under investigation for defalcations as a solicitor, and an insolvency administration order was obtained in the estate. . .

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Updated: 02 May 2021; Ref: scu.188800