Ward v Turner: 20 Jul 1752

In the doctrine of donation mortis causa, the necessity for a delivery in every case and the acts sufficient for that purpose are developments of English law.

Lord Hardwicke L.C.
[1752] EngR 109, (1752) 2 Ves Sen 431, (1752) 28 ER 275 (C), [1752] EngR 110, (1752) Ves Sen Supp 378, (1752) 28 ER 555 (B)
Commonlii, Commonlii
England and Wales
Cited by:
See AlsoWard v Turner 21-Jul-1752
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CitedSen v Headley CA 28-Feb-1991
D, who was in hospital and near death, said to R (his former partner): ‘The house is yours, Margaret. You have the keys. They are in your bag. The deeds are in the steel box.’ After D’s death R discovered that D had put had put into her bag the only . .

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Wills and Probate

Updated: 27 November 2021; Ref: scu.378327