First National Bank Plc v Walker and Another: CA 23 Nov 2000

A claim that a bank’s charge should be set aside as having been obtained by the undue influence of a co-mortgagee was parasitic upon a claim as between the co-mortgagors in family proceedings. The wife sought as against the bank to challenge the validity of the charge, but asserted the existence of the charge in the course of proceedings which continued in parallel to the possession proceedings. She could not blow hot and cold. The claim against the husband and subsequent transfer had included an explicit acknowledgement by her of the charge, and that decided the issue between her and the bank.
Times 13-Feb-2001, [2000] EWCA Civ 3015, [2001] 1 FCR 21, [2001] 1 FLR 505, [2001] Fam Law 182
England and Wales
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