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Unjust Enrichment - Case Law

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Hi, I recall reading an extract or clicking a link in a thread on CAG a while ago -

 

There was a case where a senior judge / law lord dealt favourably (from our perspective!) with an argument put up by a bank that DESPITE defective agreement etc etc the Bank should get relief because otherwise the court would be allowing "unjust enrichment".

 

Anyone recall this?

 

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R

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Yes i have read this before! If i remember right the banks cannot use this argument because of an act of Parliament maybe the CCA! Also there is some other case law to back this up but i cannot remember the cases! Hope this helps even if it is very vague. Thanks

 

Also if any one could help with my case please

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/legal-issues/226535-help-set-aside-do.html#post2509926

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