Mumford v Bank of Scotland; Smith v Same: OHCS 4 Aug 1994

Bank has no duty in Scotland to wife of borrower securing debt on house.
References: Times 04-Aug-1994
This case cites:

  • Appealed to – Mumford v Bank of Scotland IHCS 29-Sep-1995
    There was no undue influence presumption to fix a bank with notice of husband’s misrepresentation of the position to wife giving security. . .
    (Times 29-Sep-95)

This case is cited by:

  • Appeal from – Mumford v Bank of Scotland IHCS 29-Sep-1995
    There was no undue influence presumption to fix a bank with notice of husband’s misrepresentation of the position to wife giving security. . .
    (Times 29-Sep-95)
  • Appeal from – Smith v Governor and Company of The Bank of Scotland HL 6-Feb-1997
    A bank which did not warn its customer of the of risks of a loan and of the need for independent advice was bound by misrepresentations made by customer. The House referred to ‘the broad principle in the field of contract law of fair dealing in good . .
    (Times 23-Jun-97, , , [1997] 2 FLR 862, 1997 SC (HL) 111, [1997] UKHL 26)

These lists may be incomplete.
Last Update: 21 November 2020; Ref: scu.84124