A treatment of the key principles of the law of trusts and the equitable principles behind them. Academic analysis of decisions is provided alongside the case facts and judgments, and legislative provisions are summarized. A companion website helps lecturers and students keep up to date.
Second or third year LLB courses in equity and trusts in law departments. One-year full-time or two-year part-time CPE (common professional examination) or Diploma courses in law departments. Provides a straightforward and readable treatment of the key principles of the law of trusts and the equitable principles behind them. Academic analysis of decisions is provided alongside the case facts and judgments, and legislative provisions are summarised. The book demystifies this complex subject, without oversimplifying, and presents it to students in as palatable a manner as possible, through clear exposition and a focus on contemporary applications of the trust.
Table of Cases. Table of Statutes. 1. Growth of equity and the evolution of the trust 2. The maxims of equity 3. Trusts today 4. The requirements of an express trust 5. Powers and discretionary trusts 6. Setting trusts aside 7. Variation of trusts 8. Purpose trusts 9. Charitable trusts 10. Implied or resulting trusts 11. The family home 12. Constructive trusts 13. Appointment, retirement and removal of trustees 14. Trustees' powers 15. Trustees' duties 16. Remedies for breach of trust 17. The equitable doctrines 18. Equitable remedies Index.
Trusts and Equity by John Duddington
Foundation Studies in Law Series
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