Pilcher v Rawlings (1872)

In a complex settlement deal, it was said in judgment that good faith, as part of the doctrine of notice, is a separate requirement to the other requirement of the doctrine (legal estate, valuable consideration, lack of notice). A lack of good faith provides the court with the discretion to prevent the operation of the doctrine.

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