Lewis v Hillman: 1852

A sale by a sole trustee to his nominee posing as a bona fide purchaser was held to be incapable of overreaching the interests of the beneficiaries. It was ‘powerless for that purpose’.
References: (1852) 3 HLC 607
Judges: Lord St. Leonard
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Last Update: 27 November 2020; Ref: scu.223772