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Bank of Scotland Plc v Greville Development Co (Midlands) Ltd & 15 Ors (2014)

A bank established on the civil standard of proof that its customer, an individual who controlled various companies, had adduced untruthful evidence and had forged documents relating to a legal charge over property. The court also considered what kind of error might fall within a "mistake of a clerical or like nature" in the Land Registration Rules 2003 r.130(2)(a).

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31 Jan 2014

Chancery Division
Judge Pelling QC

LTL 10/2/2014 : [2014] EWHC 128 (Ch)

Jonathan Allcock

Practice areas
Real Estate