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RESULTING TRUSTS RECORDING UPDATED
In Patel v Mirza (2017), the Supreme Court conducted an extensive review of the case law on restitution and the illegality defence, as well as the rationale underlying the Tinsley principle and decided that it was time for Tinsley to be overruled.

The recorded lecture on resulting trusts has been updated with an analysis of the decision. To purchase the presentation CLICK HERE

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MORE RECORDINGS
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LAW OF CONTRACT
PROPERTY LAW (LAND LAW)
LAW OF TRUSTS
CRIMINAL LAW
LAW OF TORT
EU LAW
LEGAL SYSTEM & METHOD

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