References: (1885) 31 Ch 282
A gift of shares was made, but challenged.
Held: Registration of the transfer was actually completed and so the gift was completely constituted.
This case is cited by:
- Cited – Pennington and Another v Waine, Crampton and others CA (Bailii, Times 01-Apr-02, Gazette 11-Apr-02,  EWCA Civ 227,  1 WLR 2075,  2 BCLC 448,  4 All ER 215)
The deceased had made a gift of shares. She had executed a transfer, and acting upon the promise, the donee had agreed to become a director which he could only do if he also became a shareholder. The transfer was delivered to the deceased’s agent, . .