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McHugh v Union Bank of Canada [1913] AC 299

This case considered the issue of the duties of a mortgagee and whether or not a bank had acted reasonably when seizing and selling horses that had been mortgaged when the owner was unable to make repayments on the mortgage against them.

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McHugh v Union Bank of Canada [1913] AC 299
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