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Clutton and Co v George Attenborough and Son (1897) AC 90

This case considered the issue of forged cheques and whether or not cheques that were issued to a fictitious person but were provided to a bona fide holder for value were valid.

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Clutton and Co v George Attenborough and Son (1897) AC 90
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