Gaskell v Gosling: HL 1897



[1897] AC 575


England and Wales


Appeal fromGaskell v Gosling CA 28-Apr-1896
The agency of a receiver for the mortgagor is one where the principal, the mortgagor, has no say in the appointment or identity of the receiver and is not entitled to give any instructions to the receiver or to dismiss the receiver. ‘For valuable . .

Cited by:

CitedRhodes v Allied Dunbar Pension Services Ltd CA 1989
The intermediate tenant had charged the lease to the bank, which appointed receivers. Both the sub rent and the head rent fell into arrears. The head landlord then served a notice direct on the subtenant requiring him to pay the rent direct to the . .
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Updated: 08 April 2022; Ref: scu.264583