P, separated from his wife, illicitly cohabited with D. P purchased their residence with his separate property, taking title in D's name. D asserted ownership of the property and evicted P. P brought action claiming D held the property as a trustee for P's benefit. The trial court found for D. On appeal, Held: Reversed. Since P advanced all the consideration for the property, a resulting trust is presumed. Walberg v. Mattson, 38 Wn. 2d 808, 232 P. 2d 827 (1951).
Ernest M. Murray,
Trusts—Purchase Money Resulting Trusts Between Parties Living in Meretricious Cohabitation,
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