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Fouldes v Willoughby (1841) 151 ER 1153

This case considered the issue of conversion and whether or not a ferry driver who removed a mans horses from the ferry and sent them to a hotel for overnight lodging amounted to an act of conversion.

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Fouldes v Willoughby (1841) 151 ER 1153
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