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Barnes v Addy



requirements of accessory liability

1. there must be a breach

2. there must have been a breach of trust

3. the third party must have assisted by breach

of trust

4. The third party must have acted dishonestly

Baden Delvaux v Societe Generale

D not liable

- it had no knowledge at the time the fraud was assisted

- the relevant knowledge had to be knowledge of the facts

- recklessly refraining to make enquiries which a reasonable banker would have made is enough

Brinks v Abu-Saleh

D did not assist in breach of trust

- D was not party to the agreements entered by her husband

- requries positives acts