McGraddie v McGraddie and Another: SCS 7 May 2010

Consequential opinion as to remedies.
[2010] ScotCS CSOH – 60, [2010] CSOH 60
Bailii
Scotland
Citing:
See AlsoMcGraddie v McGraddie and Another SCS 3-Nov-2009
The parties, father and his and and his wife, disputed whether advances of money had been by way of a gift from the father or otherwise, and accordingly whether property purchased in the son’s own name was to be transferred to the father.
Cited by:
See AlsoMcGraddie v McGraddie and Another SCS 13-Mar-2012
The defender appealed against rejection of his assertion that monies paid to him by his father was by way of gift.
Held: His appeal succeeded. The Lord Ordinary’s conclusions were ‘plainly wrong’ when he stated that he did not find any of the . .
See AlsoMcGraddie v McGraddie and Another SCS 13-Mar-2012
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See AlsoMcGraddie v McGraddie and Another (Scotland) SC 31-Jul-2013
The parties were father and son, living at first in the US. On the son’s wife becoming seriously ill, the son returned to Scotland. The father advanced a substantal sum for the purchase of a property to live in, but the son put the properties in his . .

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Updated: 02 February 2021; Ref: scu.414919