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    Does anyone have access to the book Bankers Law, number 4, volume 4 please

    I understand it contains an article written by Fergal Cathie of Clyde & Co re enforceability of mortgages where mental incapacity is involved, and that Calvert v Clydesdale Bank is examined/cited
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    Re: Bankers law

    Originally posted by CYNthesys View Post
    Does anyone have access to the book Bankers Law, number 4, volume 4 please

    I understand it contains an article written by Fergal Cathie of Clyde & Co re enforceability of mortgages where mental incapacity is involved, and that Calvert v Clydesdale Bank is examined/cited

    The article is about this case: http://www.bailii.org/cgi-bin/markup...method=boolean

    As far as I can tell http://webservices.sitebuilder.custo...%20Coverzp.pdf

    It is case notes only so am on the their website seeing if they have republished the article on their site.
    "Family means that no one gets forgotten or left behind"
    (quote from David Ogden Stiers)

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      Re: Bankers law

      leclerc, Ive searched everywhere imaginable, but cant find any casenotes, can only find this the reference to them-

      CASE-NOTES.………………………........…......…................... ............44
      National Merchant Buying Society Limited v Bellamy [2012] EWHC
      2563 (Ch) ((guarantees and discharge by variaton) (Ben Valentin,
      South Square);
      Dolores Calvert v Clydesdale Bank plc & Ors (2012) EWCA Civ 962
      (appointment of receivers and mental capacity of mortgagor; sale at undervalue)
      (Fergal Cathie (Clyde & Co LLP)




      http://webservices.sitebuilder.custo...%20Coverzp.pdf

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        Re: Bankers law

        Originally posted by CYNthesys View Post
        leclerc, Ive searched everywhere imaginable, but cant find any casenotes, can only find this the reference to them-

        CASE-NOTES.………………………........…......…................... ............44
        National Merchant Buying Society Limited v Bellamy [2012] EWHC
        2563 (Ch) ((guarantees and discharge by variaton) (Ben Valentin,
        South Square);
        Dolores Calvert v Clydesdale Bank plc & Ors (2012) EWCA Civ 962
        (appointment of receivers and mental capacity of mortgagor; sale at undervalue)
        (Fergal Cathie (Clyde & Co LLP)




        http://webservices.sitebuilder.custo...%20Coverzp.pdf
        http://www.bankerslaw.net/

        It's published here but I am not sure you want to spend over 300 to get it. Are you an alumni of any University? It might be useful to go to that University Law library if it has one and see if they have a copy of it.
        "Family means that no one gets forgotten or left behind"
        (quote from David Ogden Stiers)

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          Re: Bankers law

          No, never went to Uni, and dont know of anyone who can help

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          • #6
            Re: Bankers law

            Most university libraries will allow non-alumni to take out readers cards. There are usually restrictions - not so many books, term time only, short loans, or read-in only.

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            • #7
              Re: Bankers law

              Originally posted by CYNthesys View Post
              No, never went to Uni, and dont know of anyone who can help
              How about getting it on inter-library loan, through your local library?

              (You'll have to request a national book search, or they'll only look as far as the local area reserve collection.)

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