Explain Mr Hunter’s causes of action in this case against any of the other parties.

Mr Hunter leaves his Certificate of Title in safe custody with his solicitor, Mr Matthews, along with an executed Transfer. The name has been left blank on the transfer. Mr Matthews convinces a buyer to purchase the property. The property is worth $4.5 million but Mr Matthews sells it to Mr Smith for $4 million to get his hands on the cash. He promptly flees overseas. Mr Smith does not question the price but jumps at the opportunity to buy the property cheaply. He then on-sells the property to Mr Jones. Explain Mr Hunter’s causes of action in this case against any of the other parties. In addition, explain any rights which he has lost.

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determine values for K7 and K8.

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