This introductory text adopts a pragmatic approach, focusing on basic principles of equity and trusts in the UK and other jurisdictions where relevant. The updated fourth edition includes the TrusteeAct 2000, Trustee Delegation Act 1999, and the Contracts (Right of Third Parties) Act 1999.
This introductory text adopts a pragmatic approach focusing on basic principles of equity and trusts in the UK and other jurisdictions where relevant. The Law of Trusts provides an effective introduction prior to detailed study of the subject as well as being a valuable companion to the larger textbooks. This edition has been updated to include the Trustee Act 2000, Trustee Delegation Act 1999, Contracts (Right of Third Parties) Act 1999, Land Registration Act 2002 and Human Rights Act 1998; plus a wealth of new case law including Foskett v McKeown, Twinsectra v Yardley, Walker v Stones and Re Angora Trust.
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The heart of the matter. Different types of express trusts. The validity of non-charitable trusts. Charitable trusts. The settlor. The trustees. The beneficiaries. The court. Resulting and constructive trusts of homes. Appendices.
The Law of Trusts by David J. Hayton
David J. Hayton
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