What happened in Curtis v Pulbrook [2011] EWHC 167?

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(Original post by Wiktoria Imrak)
What are the case facts and what was held with regard to when an imperfect gift can be perfected?
Probably a little late to answer, but you can easily find this out by typing the case in westlaw along with its citation. Then you'll able to get the case summary and what the decision was.
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What are the case facts and what was held with regard to when an imperfect gift can be perfected?
https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Ch/2011/167.html

You should read paragraphs [43] - [48] in particular.

The case is considered to be a move away from Pennington v Waine [2002] 1 WLR 2075 and back to the traditional 'every effort' principle in Re Rose [1952] Ch 499.

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