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Simpkins v Pays[1955]
Simpkins v Pays[1955]

A lodger and two members of a shared house entered newspaper competitions in the lodger’s name but all paid equal shares of the entry money. Between the three house shares, there was a clear understanding that they would share any winnings. So, when they won £750 and the lodger refused to share the winnings, the two other members of the household sued.

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