HSBC Bank Plc v Dyche and Another: ChD 18 Nov 2009

The parties disputed the claimed beneficial interest of the second defendant. The second defendant (C) said that it had been purchased for him by the first defendant (D) from C’s trustee in bankruptcy, and was thereafter held in trust for him on the basis that C would repay D.
Held: The property was held on constructive trust for C. The subsequent mortgage granted by D to the claimant was overridden.
Purle J
[2009] EWHC 2954 (Ch), [2010] 2 P and CR 4, [2010] BPIR 138
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
CitedIn re Duke of Marlborough, Davis v Whitehead 1894
The Duchess assigned her own separate leasehold property to the Duke absolutely in consideration of her natural love and affection for him. This enabled him to raise money on mortgage. The wife’s evidence was that, subject to the mortgage being . .
CitedStack v Dowden HL 25-Apr-2007
The parties had cohabited for a long time, in a home bought by Ms Dowden. After the breakdown of the relationship, Mr Stack claimed an equal interest in the second family home, which they had bought in joint names. The House was asked whether, when . .
CitedIngram and Another v Commissioners of Inland Revenue HL 10-Dec-1998
To protect her estate from Inheritance Tax, the deceased gave land to her solicitor, but then took back a lease. The solicitor then conveyed the land on freehold on to members of her family.
Held: The lease-back by the nominee was not void as . .
CitedIn re Sir Thomas Spencer Wells; Swinburne-Hanham v Howard CA 1933
In the case of a dissolved corporation, its assets vest in the Crown bona vacantia. The equity of redemption is an interest or equitable right inherent in the land. Equity recognises the pre-eminence of the right to redeem, with the consequence that . .
CitedIngram and Palmer-Tomkinson (Executors of the Estate of Lady Jane Lindsay Morgan Ingram Deceased) v Commissioners of Inland Revenue CA 28-Jul-1997
The deceased had first conveyed property to her solicitor. Leases back were then created in her favour, and then the freeholds were conveyed at her direction to her children and grandchildren. They were potentially exempt transfers.
Held: . .
CitedAbbey National Building Society v Cann HL 29-Mar-1990
Registered land was bought with an advance from the plaintiff. The transfer and charge were registered one month later, but in the meantime, the buyer’s parents moved in. When the buyer defaulted, his mother resisted possession proceedings, saying . .
CitedCity of London Building Society v Flegg And Another HL 14-May-1987
A couple bought a property and registered it in their own names with substantial financial assistance from the parents of one of them. The parents occupied the house with them. Without telling the parents, the owners borrowed again, executing . .
CitedLyus v Prowsa Developments Ltd ChD 1982
The plaintiffs contracted to buy a plot of registered land with a house to be built on it. The developer had charged the estate as a whole to a bank to secure the development finance. The developer became insolvent and the bank sold the estate as . .

These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 21 March 2021; Ref: scu.380333