Sukhninder Panesar examines a case that explores liability for knowing receipt and the need for a continuing proprietary interest The claimant must show that they have a continuing proprietary interest in property which is in the hands of the alleged knowing recipient. Where such a finding is not made, the requisite unconscionability does not exist, …
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- Agip (Africa) Ltd v Jackson  EWCA Civ 2
- Bank of Credit and Commerce International (Overseas) Ltd v Akindele  EWCA Civ 502;  WTLR 1049 CA
- Courtwood Holdings SA v Woodley Properties Ltd & ors  EWHC 2163 (Ch)
- El Ajou v Dollar Land Holdings Ltd  EWCA Civ 4
- Group Seven Ltd & anr v Notable Services LLP & anr  EWCA Civ 614;  WTLR 803 CA
- Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale v Islington LBC  UKHL 12