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Sup guys, need urgent, urgent help.

Could anyone give me the names of some recent cases that have been decided based on the ratio on Pennington v Waine? (that a transfer that does not go through at law may still pass in equity).

The case is in 2002 so I'm curious to see more recent cases and how the ratio has been developed.

If anyone has any comments about the case, feel free to chime in too!

Thanks loads (:
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Sup guys, need urgent, urgent help.

Could anyone give me the names of some recent cases that have been decided based on the ratio on Pennington v Waine? (that a transfer that does not go through at law may still pass in equity).

The case is in 2002 so I'm curious to see more recent cases and how the ratio has been developed.

If anyone has any comments about the case, feel free to chime in too!

Thanks loads (:
Use Westlaw or Lexis and go to "cases citing", or something similar. That will pull you up the cases where P v W has been used in argument. Thereafter it's all about reading and research.
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