The list set out in re Leslie for the ways in which one person might claim an interest in an insurance policy in another’s name, was not exhaustive.
References: (1890) LT 475
This case cites:
- Cited – In re Leslie; Leslie v French ChD 1883
The court gave guidance as to the circumstances in which an individual who had paid a premium on a policy belonging to someone else could claim an interest in the policy: ‘In my opinion a lien may be created upon the moneys secured by a policy by . .
((1883) 23 ChD 552)
This case is cited by:
- 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)
These lists may be incomplete.
Last Update: 27 November 2020; Ref: scu.187421