The court considered the rights of a beneficiary to participate in any profit which resulted where a trustee mixed trust money with his own money and then used it to purchase other property.
 Ch 1179
- Explained away – In re Hallett’s Estate; Knatchbull v Hallett CA 1880
Where a trustee of a policy used money received from others to make payment of premiums on an insurance policy, they would be entitled to a lien on the policy. Where an asset was acquired exclusively with trust money, the beneficiary could either . .
(1880) 13 ChD 696
- Cited – Foskett v McKeown and Others CA 27-Jun-1997
Various people had paid money with the promise of acquiring an interest in land in Portugal. The scheme was fraudulent. The funds had been used to purchase a life/investment policy. The policy was held in trust for the fraudster’s mother but he had . .
Times 27-Jun-97,  EWCA Civ 1747,  Ch 265
- Cited – Foskett v McKeown and Others HL 18-May-2000
A property developer using monies which he held on trust to carry out a development instead had mixed those monies with his own in his bank account, and subsequently used those mixed monies to pay premiums on a life assurance policy on his own life, . .
Times 24-May-00, Gazette 08-Jun-00,  UKHL 29,  3 All ER 97,  Lloyd’s Rep IR 627,  1 AC 102,  WTLR 667, (1999-2000) 2 ITELR 711,  2 WLR 1299
These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 09 December 2020; Ref: scu.187412