Moffat's Trusts Law

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; Graham Moffat ; Gerry Bean ; Rebecca Probert

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Detailed, thorough and authoritative new edition of Moffat's Trusts Law.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Trusts introduced; 2. The evolution of the private express trust; 3. Taxation and the private express trust; 4. Creating the trust - I; 5. Creating the trust - II; 6. Trusts and public policy; 7. Flexibility in relation to beneficial entitlement; 8. An introduction to trustees and trusteeship; 9. Aspects of the management of trusts; 10. Trusteeship, control and breach of trust; 11. Implied trusts and the family home; 12. Trusts in commerce I: commerce and equitable remedies; 13. Trusts in commerce II: commerce, credit and the trust; 14. Trusts in commerce III: fiduciary relationships, commerce and the trust; 15. Trust, contract and unincorporated associations; 16. An introduction to the law of charity; 17. A legal definition of 'charity'; 18. The regulation of charities; 19. Trusts - an international dimension.

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Jonathan Garton is Professor of Law at the University of Warwick. His research interests are in the law of trusts, with a particular focus on charities, and he has written widely in this area. He was specialist advisor to the Public Administration Select Committee, assisting its 2012-13 inquiry into the regulation of the charitable sector, and is on the international advisory board of the Australian Nonprofit Model Law Project. Graham Moffat was formerly Associate Professor of Law at the University of Warwick (since retired), where his area of research and teaching interests were trusts law, charity law and pensions law. Gerry Bean is a Partner with DLA Piper, one of the largest legal firms in Australasia, where he specialises in infrastructure acquisitions and divestments. Rebecca Probert is Professor of Law at the University of Warwick, teaching family law and child law. She has published widely on both modern family law and its history.