Prince Albert v Strange
Prince Albert v Strange was a court decision made by the High Court of Chancery in 1849, and began the development of confidence law in England. The court awarded Prince Albert an injunction, restraining Strange from publishing a catalogue describing Prince Albert’s etchings. Lord Cottenham LC (Charles Pepys, 1st Earl of Cottenham) noted that "this case by no means depends solely upon the question of property, for a breach of trust, confidence, or contract, would [sic] of itself entitle the plaintiff to an injunction".
- Bently, Lionel, Prince Albert v Strange (1849), in: Mitchell, Charles/Mitchell, Paul Mitchell (Ed.), Landmark Cases in Equity 2012, p.235–267.
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