Casebriefs about: inter vivos
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National Trustees Executors & Agency v O'Hea (1904), 10 ALR 81, 29 VLR 814
Canno relax the requirement of delivery when only other requirement met is the words spoken.
Nolan v Nolan & Anor,  VSC121
Delivery is the legal act essential to complete a gift.
There are three elements required to perfect an inter vivos gift:
Strong v Bird,  LR 18 Eq 315 (UK Ch D)
When a donee of an imperfect inter vivos gift becomes the executor of the donor's estate, it perfects the gift.
For the rule to apply, there are four conditions:
This is an exception to the general rule that equity will not perfect and imperfect gift.