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Quiz Knowing Receipt and Knowing Assistance

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A quiz about knowing receipt and knowing assistance in the law of trusts
 
QUIZ 19 QUESTIONS
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1

What is another way of saying trusteeship de son tort?

2

What occurred in Blyth v Fladgate?

3

Which scale used to be used to determine fault and knowledge?

4

Which of these things closely relates to stage 5 of the scale?

5

Which 1979 case said R was liable if they had constructive knowledge?

6

Which 1982 case said constructive knowledge was enough?

7

Which case held that R is not liable unless you can show a lack of honesty?

8

Which case involved the property of the Dukes of Manchester?

9

Which case held that R is liable if a reasonable person would have known and therefore R knew unless R can prove otherwise?

10

Which case held that R was liable up to 4 on the scale?

11

Which case reverted the test back to constructive knowledge?

12

Which of these cases did not involve a company director and another company?

13

Which case was the first to ask the new question of whether it was unconscionable for R to retain a benefit?

14

Why was the case sent back in Criteria Properties v Straford Properties?

15

Which case held that you are unconscionable if you are naive to the point of being irrational?

16

What case held that R was liable as didn't make the inquiries they should have made?

17

Which case said that knowing receipt was wrong based?

18

Why was the Civil Liability Contribution Act 1978 relevant to Charter Plc v City Index Ltd?

19

Which 1874 case held that A was not liable unless he was fraudulent?


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