Tod’s Trusteess v Wilson: 1869

A trustee’s right and the right of the purchaser, heritable creditor or assignee were ‘simply two independent rights running a race against each other’
References: (1869 ) 7 M 1100
Judges: Lord Kinloch
Jurisdiction: Scotland
This case is cited by:

  • Cited – Burnett’s Trustee v Grainger and Another HL 4-Mar-2004 (2004 SCLR 433, 2004 SC (HL) 19, 2004 SLT 513, 2004 GWD 9-211, , [2004] UKHL 8, , Times 08-Mar-04, [2004] 11 EGCS 139)
    A flat was sold, but before the purchasers registered the transfer, the seller was sequestrated, and his trustee registered his own interest as trustee. The buyer complained that the trustee was unjustly enriched.
    Held: The Act defined the . .

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Last Update: 22 September 2020; Ref: scu.194243