Chapter 11 Further reading and web links
G. Andrews, ‘Undue Influence: Where’s the Disadvantage?’ (2002) 66 Conv. 457.
J.H. Baker, An Introduction to English History 4th Edition (London: Butterworths, 2002).
A. Berg, ‘Clogs on the Equity of Redemption or Chaining an Unruly Dog’ (2002) JBL 335.
M. Dixon, ‘Sorry We’ve Sold Your Home: Mortgages and Their Possessory Rights’ (1999) CLJ 281.
S. Frisby, ‘Making A Silk Purse Out of a Pig’s Ear: Medforth v Blake’ (2000) 63 MLR 413.
M. Haley, ‘Mortgage default: possession, relief and judicial discretion’ (1997) 17 LS 483.
J. Halladay, ‘Recent Problems in Undue Influence’ (2011) DLR 227.
L. McMurty, ‘Mortgage Default and Repossession: Procedure and Policy in the Post-Norgan Era’ (2007) 58 NILQR 194.
D. Sugarman and R. Warrington, ‘Telling Stories: Rights and Wrongs of the Equity of Redemption’ in Property Problems: From Genes to Pension Funds (ed Harris, London: Kluwer, 1997).
M. P. Thompson, ‘Do we really need clogs?’ (2001) Conv. 502.
M. P. Thompson, ‘Wives Sureties and Banks: Royal Bank of Scotland v Etridge (No.2) (2002) Conv 174.
R. Smith, ‘The Mortgagee’s Right to Possession – The Modern Law’ (1979) Conv 266.
- This website consists of a link to the Pre-action Protocol to Possession Claims of mortgaged, residential property: https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/protocol/prot_mha
- The following websites are also useful background and context to our discussion of the powers and protections afforded to mortgagees and mortgagors in Chapter 11:
Website for the Council of Mortgage Lenders: www.cml.org.uk
Website for the Financial Conduct Authority: http://www.fca.org.uk/
Website for the Financial Ombudsman: http://www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk/