Re Abrahams' Will Trusts ; Caplan v Abrahams

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1967
CourtChancery Division
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17 cases
  • Allan v Rea Brothers Trustees Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 8 February 2002
    ...legal interest in the AXA policies passed under the assignments, the beneficial interest remained in the EW scheme. As Cross J put it in Re Abrahams [1969] 1 Ch 463, 485, the beneficial interests "go back to—or, more properly I think, never left—the [original settlement]." 49 Since the cour......
  • Hart (HM Inspector of Taxes) v Briscoe and Others
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 24 November 1977
    ...Morris UNKENR(1797) 7 Term Rep 342; 101 ER 1009Muir v. Muir ELR[1943] AC 468In re Fox ELR[1904] 1 Ch 480In re Abrahams' Will Trusts ELR[1969] 1 Ch 463 Jarman on Wills (1951) vol. 1, pages 326-8; Farwell on Powers 3rd edn (1916), pages 328-9; Fearne on Contingent Remainders 8th edn, pages 73......
  • The Board of the Pension Protection Fund v Dalriada Trustees Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 6 November 2020
    ...in the AXA policies passed under the assignments, the beneficial interest remained in the EW scheme. As Cross J put it in Re Abrahams [1969] 1 Ch 463, 485, the beneficial interests: go back to – or, more properly I think, never left – the [original settlement]. 49. Since the court does not......
  • Hart v Briscoe
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • Invalid date
    ...Morris UNKENR(1797) 7 Term Rep 342; 101 ER 1009Muir v. Muir ELR[1943] AC 468In re Fox ELR[1904] 1 Ch 480In re Abrahams' Will Trusts ELR[1969] 1 Ch 463 Jarman on Wills (1951) vol. 1, pages 326-8; Farwell on Powers 3rd edn (1916), pages 328-9; Fearne on Contingent Remainders 8th edn, pages 73......
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