Suspect Fraud & the Bank’s Liability: The Privy Council's Quincecare decision
The Quincecare duty is one of the hottest topics in banking law. It requires a bank to refrain from executing its customer’s order if the bank is “put on inquiry” that the order is an attempt to defraud the customer. Find out more about this case and others related to this duty.
Document type: Insights
Last updated: 06 July 2022
First published: 31 May 2022
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