Williams v Bayley, (1866) brief summary and court held

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Williams v Bayley, (1866)

A father executed a mortgage to a bank after he was told that his son would be banished for life for forging his father’s signature on a promissory note given to the bank.

Held: The mortgage was invalid on ground that the bank exerted undue influence by exploiting the father’s safety for his son.

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