Designed for undergraduate degree courses in trusts, this title includes self-assessment questions and research exercises, supported by a web-site containing primary and secondary legal materials. It elucidates the relationship between trusts, property, contract and restitution, to map out conceptual connections between competing legal ideas.
"Trusts Textbook" is an accessible, approachable text designed to set out in clear and comprehensive terms the essential content of undergraduate degree courses in trusts. The nature and history of equity is also considered in detail and equitable remedies are discussed throughout the context of trusts law. The text elucidates the relationship between trusts, property, contract and restitution to enable students to map out conceptual connections between competing legal ideas. There is also a focus on modern cases in the commercial sphere to reflect the constantly changing and socially-significant role of trusts and equity. The text is supported by frequent self-assessment questions and research exercises designed to support and reinforce the student's learning experience. The web-site accompanying the text contains carefully selected extracts from primary and academic articles. It also contains guide answers to end-of-chapter summative assessments contained in the text.
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1. Introduction to Equity and Trusts; 2. Understanding Trusts; 3. Capacity and Formality Requirements; 4. Certainty Requirements; 5. The Constitution of Trusts; 6. Perpetuities and Public Policy Limitations on the Formation of Trusts; 7. Purpose Trusts; 8. Charitable Trusts; 9. Variation of Trusts; 10. Trustee Appointments; 11. The Nature of Trusteeship; 12. Trustees' Duties; 13. Maintenance and Advancement; 14. Investment; 15. Breach of Trust: Defences and Relief; 16. Resulting and Constructive Trusts; 17. Informal Trusts of Land; 18. Tracing; 19. The Equitable Liablity of Strangers to the Trust
Trusts Textbook by G. Watt
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Oxford University Press
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