Summary of Moulton v Camroux case

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Moulton v Camroux [1849] 4 Exch 17        

Principle: Pollock CB gave an explicit caveat that the Court was “not disposed to lay down so general a proposition, as that all executed contracts bona fide entered into must be taken as valid, though one of the parties be of unsound mind.”

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