||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 188 (Jun)
|| EWHC 1329 (Ch)
||Simon Clegg (instructed by Walker Morris) for the claimant.
||David Taylor (instructed by Varley Hibbs) for the defendants .
||9 June 2008
Equity - Equitable remedies - Enforcement of rights - Proprietary estoppel - Claimant succeeding in proprietary estoppel claim - Judge deciding equity arising in claimant's favour - Consideration of manner in which claimant's equity to be satisfied - Whether claimant's equity to be satisfied by first or second defendant.
Equity Equitable remedies. Having previously decided on the claimant's proprietary estoppel claim that an equity had arisen in the claimant's favour which needed to be satisfied by the first defendant, the court further decided, inter alia, that the minimum equity to do justice in the circumstances was that the claimant should receive the sum of 25,000, that sum to be supported by the personal guarantee of the first defendant.
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