Depositors Protection Board v Dalia and Another: ChD 18 Nov 1992

Equitable assignees of deposits in a bank where those deposits were protected under the scheme, were entitled to the compensation which would have been paid to the beneficial owners.


Gazette 18-Nov-1992


Banking Act 1987 59(1)(a)

Cited by:

Appeal fromDepositors’ Protection Board v Dalia and Another CA 11-May-1993
The Board was liable to pay compensation claims from equitable assignees of depositors with a failed bank. They were not to be excluded from making claims. . .
At First InstanceDepositors’ Protection Board v Dalia HL 20-May-1994
The House was asked as to the meaning of the word ‘depositor’. Regulations were prayed in aid which were made four years after the date of the enactment.
Held: The protection given by the Depositor Protection Scheme does not extend to . .
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Updated: 19 May 2022; Ref: scu.79917