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Royal Bank of Scotland plc v Etridge (No 2) [2001] UKHL 44 (11 October 2001) is a leading case relevant for English land law and English contract law on the circumstances under which actual and presumed undue influence can be argued to vitiate consent to a contract.

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  • Royal Bank of Scotland plc v Etridge (No 2) [2001] UKHL 44 (11 October 2001) is a leading case relevant for English land law and English contract law on the circumstances under which actual and presumed undue influence can be argued to vitiate consent to a contract. (en)
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  • [2001] 2 All ER 1061 (en)
  • [2001] 3 WLR 1021 (en)
  • [2001] 4 All ER 449 (en)
  • [2001] UKHL 44 (en)
  • [2002] 2 AC 773 (en)
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  • House of Lords (en)
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  • 2001-10-11 (xsd:date)
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  • Royal Bank of Scotland Plc v Etridge , Barclays Bank Plc v Coleman, Barclays Bank Plc v Harris, Midland Bank Plc v Wallace, National Westminster Bank Plc v Gill, UCB Home Loans Corp Ltd v Moore, Bank of Scotland v Bennett, Kenyon-Brown v Desmond Banks & Co (en)
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  • Undue influence, matrimonial home (en)
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  • RBS plc v Etridge (en)
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  • Immediate prior actions: Three appeals from pre-trial stage striking them out, five from High Court trial decision or Court of Appeal decision. (en)
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  • Wallace and Harris interlocutory; arguable cases made out; ordered: wife could go to trial hearings as to the substantial evidence; Morris interlocutory; appeal wholly allowed no need for trial. (en)
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  • Royal Bank of Scotland plc v Etridge (No 2) [2001] UKHL 44 (11 October 2001) is a leading case relevant for English land law and English contract law on the circumstances under which actual and presumed undue influence can be argued to vitiate consent to a contract. (en)
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  • Royal Bank of Scotland plc v Etridge (No 2) (en)
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