Summary of Debenham v Mellon case

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Debenham v Mellon

Summary of Facts: The husband and wife were manager and manageress of a hotel where they lived and cohabited. The wife incurred some debts on the husband.

Judgment: The House of Lords held, inter alia, that there is no presumption of agency because the parties were not cohabiting in a domestic establishment but in a hotel and thus, the husband was not liable.

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