Brusewitz v Brown

JurisdictionNew Zealand
CourtSupreme Court
Date1922
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5 cases
  • Irvani v Irvani
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • December 9, 1999
    ...Gee however sought to reintroduce here the question of addiction, by taking us to the judgment of Salmond J in the New Zealand case of Brusewitz v Brown [1923] NZLR 1106. There that very learned judge seems to have assumed that a relationship of undue influence, as opposed to a complaint of......
  • Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland NV v Burch
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • June 20, 1996
    ...impropriety from the terms of the transaction itself. 39In saying this I do not dissent from the observations of Sir John Salmond in Brusewitz v Brown [1923] NZLR 1106 at p. 1109–10 where he said: "The mere fact that a transaction is based on an inadequate consideration or is otherwise impr......
  • Rachel Calixte David Calixte Claimants v Ayrton Cornelius Sargusingh Administrator in the Estate of Garnet Sargusingh Defendant [ECSC]
    • St Lucia
    • High Court
    • June 24, 2008
    ...or other inequality in transactions is not necessarily enough for a transaction to be set aside. In the New Zealand case ofBrusewitz v Brown Sir John Salmond put the position thus: "The mere fact that a transaction is based on an inadequate consideration or is otherwise improvident, unreaso......
  • Louth v Diprose
    • Australia
    • High Court
    • Invalid date
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