Jones v Wyndham (1 of 1932) [1932] SLCA 1 (10 October 1932)

Contract - illegal contracts - agreements regulated by statute -
moneylender's contract not illegal or invalidated by omission to describe
himself as moneylender: A moneylender who transacts business under
his registered name and address but without describing himself in a
document as a moneylender is not describing himself inaccurately and
does not therefore make the transaction illegal as in breach of the
Money-lenders Ordinance (cap. 129), s. 4(1) which requires a money.
lender to transact business in his registered name and in no other name
and under no other description.

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