A transaction entered into was manifestly disadvantageous to him. After a finding of undue influence, losses on the sale of a property are to be shared by both parties, so as to restore the parties to their original positions as near as might be.
Lord Nicholls Vice Chancellor
Independent 30-Aug-1993, Times 24-Aug-1993,  1 WLR 129
England and Wales
Cited – Vale v Armstrong, Armstrong ChD 21-May-2004
The claimant sought to set aside a transfer of his house to the defendants made at an undervalue and under an enduring power of attorney, who had charged it to raise money for their business. He had received independent advice.
Held: The . .
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Updated: 09 April 2021; Ref: scu.79002