Quan v Bray and others

Charity – Charitable trust. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division held that although the trial judge gave a short judgment in what was a long trial with voluminous evidence, The judge had made clear and unequivocal findings in relation the key aspect of the case. There could be no doubt in anyone's mind as to the basis upon which the judge had reached his conclusion. In such a case where there was a mass of complex factual evidence, the judge had to be regarded as having considerable latitude in deciding which of the legion of issues it was necessary for him to deal with.

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