The recent High Court appeal in the case of Archibald v Alexander is a useful reminder that the apparent absence of detriment may not be fatal to the assertion of a constructive trust in respect of jointly owned property. It is also a reminder that a constructive trust may arise outside the confines of the “common intention constructive trust”.
Commercial analysis: Christopher Stirling writes for LexisNexis on the Court of Appeal’s decision in FFI-Global S.r.l v Outeiro Ltd. The case serves as a useful reminder for a number of practice points.
Christopher Stirling writes for the Private Client Adviser on how to secure a share in a property held under one name