Where solicitors wrongly acted for both sides in a property development transaction, and thereby put themselves in a position where they owed their two clients contractual duties that were inconsistent with one another, the fact that they could not perform their duties to both sides did not mean that their duty to one client was implied modified or that they were exonerated from liability for breach of contract.

[2005] UKHL 8

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