Davis v Davis: 1894

Conversion of partnership property. The correct approach is not to conclude that there is a partnership simply because one of the presumptions arises on the facts and is not rebutted by something else; instead, all the facts must be considered, not just those giving rise to the presumption, and, without giving undue weight to any of them, an inference must be drawn from the whole.


[1894] 1 ChD 393


England and Wales

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CitedRobinson v Reeve ChD 14-Jun-2002
The parties were brother and sister, owning and renting properties. The issue was whether they were in partnership, and to what extent properties in one name were held in trust for the two.
Held: A partnership was not to be inferred solely . .
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Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.181203