A contract in which one co-owner’s signature has been forged by the other is not a nullity but remains valid in relation to the fraudulent co-owner.
 EWHC 1745 (Ch)
England and Wales
Cited – Bowling and Co Solicitors v Edehomo ChD 2-Mar-2011
The court was asked ‘when an innocent vendor whose signature is forged on the documents for the conveyance of land suffers damage, for the purposes of limitation of an action arising from a solicitor’s breach of duty. Is it on the exchange of . .
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Contract, Torts – Other
Updated: 04 June 2022; Ref: scu.430276