In re Pollock; Pollock v Worrall: 1885

An example of a gift which is made under a special consideration is where the gift satisfies a particular moral duty identified in the will.
References: (1885) 28 ChD 552
Jurisdiction: England and Wales
This case is cited by:

  • Cited – Barraclough v Mell and others ChD 1-Dec-2005
    Moneys due under a will had been misdistributed. The correct beneficiary sought repayment. The executor sought to rely upon a trustee exemption clause.
    Held: the tustee exemption clause was effective to protect the executor as such. She had . .
    (, [2005] EWHC B17 (Ch))

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Last Update: 27 November 2020; Ref: scu.236343