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Here's an interesting sentence from the judgment of Gloster LJ (at ):
"The defendant acted for the claimant, the chargee, Birmingham Midshires, and the vendor, Mr Mitchell, in connection with the transaction."
So, the firm was acting for everyone - vendor, purchaser and lender. How did that happen? Did no one consider it a little odd?
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