“A feud between neighbours turned so bitter that one couple tried to impose a curfew preventing the other from leaving their home at night, the High Court has heard.”
Daily Telegraph, 12th March 2009
from the Inner Temple Library
House of Lords
“Where the claimant had entered into an oral agreement with defendants in connection with the redevelopment of their property, their unconscionable behaviour in withdrawing from the agreement once planning permission for the redevelopment had been obtained did not result in a proprietary estoppel or a constructive trust in favour of the claimant.”
The Times, 8th September 2008
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“A claimant who had entered into an oral agreement with the defendants in respect of the redevelopment of a property had no claim against them in proprietary estoppel or constructive trust based on their unconscionable withdrawal from the agreement, but was entitled to a quantum meruit in respect of money and services which he had provided.”
WLR Daily, 15th August 2008
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