In re Englebach: 1924

A man took out a policy payable to his daughter (then one month old) on her attaining 21. He died. She attained 21 and the policy monies were paid to her but she was then persuaded to pay them into the hands of a stakeholder pending a decision as to the legal rights of the parties.
Held: The estate of the father was entitled to the money.


[1924] 2 Ch 348

Cited by:

ConsideredIn re Shebsman CA 1944
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ConsideredIn re Shebsman ChD 1943
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CitedBeswick v Beswick HL 29-Jun-1967
The deceased had assigned his coal merchant business to the respondent against a promise to pay andpound;5.00 a week to his widow whilst she lived. The respondent appealed an order requiring him to make the payments, saying that as a consolidating . .
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Wills and Probate, Insurance

Updated: 01 May 2022; Ref: scu.251056