Has anyone does this mentioned equity essay?
In deciding that a purported gift of shares in Curtis v Pulbrook  EWHC 167 (Ch) was not perfected, Briggs, J. said that he, “reach[ed] that conclusion without any great comfort that the existing rules about the circumstances when equity will and will not perfect an apparently imperfect gift of shares serve[d] any clearly identifiable or rational policy objective” at para 47.
To what extent does the maxim that “equity will not perfect an imperfect gift” remain true?
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- 01-11-2016 15:53