Chelsea Building Society v Armstrong: ChD 1951

The court considered a claim to benefit under a contract.
Held: Being in fact a party to an agreement might not be enough; the person claiming a benefit must be named a party in the indenture.


Vaisey J


[1951] Ch 853


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedBeswick v Beswick HL 29-Jun-1967
The deceased had assigned his coal merchant business to the respondent against a promise to pay andpound;5.00 a week to his widow whilst she lived. The respondent appealed an order requiring him to make the payments, saying that as a consolidating . .
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Updated: 25 July 2022; Ref: scu.251043