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Lister v Stubbs (1890) 45 Ch D 1

This case considered the issue of fiduciary duties and whether or not the actions of an employee amounted to a breach of fiduciary duty which resulted in secret commission being received and if this was sufficient to give rise to the existence of a trust.

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