Moffat's Trusts Law

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; Rebecca Probert ; Gerry Bean

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Combines authoritative commentary and unique contextual analysis to explain the general principles of trusts and their practical operation.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface to the Seventh Edition; Acknowledgements; Table of Abbreviations; Useful Websites; Table of Statutes; Table of Statutory Instrument; Table of Cases; 1. Trusts Introduced; 2. The Evolution of the Private Express Trust; 3. Creating the Trust - I; 4. Creating the Trust - II; 5. Trusts and Public Policy; 6. Flexibility in Relation to Beneficial Entitlement; 7. An Introduction to Trustees and Trusteeship; 8. Aspects of the Management of Trusts; 9. Trusteeship, Control and Breach of Trust; 10. Implied Trusts and the Family Home; 11. Trusts in Commerce I: Commerce and Equitable Remedies; 12. Trusts in Commerce II: Commerce, Credit and the Trust; 13. Trusts in Commerce III: Fiduciary Relationships, Commerce and the Trust; 14. Trust, Contract and Unincorporated Associations; 15. An Introduction to the Law of Charity; 16. The Legal Definition of 'Charity'; 17. Trusts - an International Dimension; Index

Om forfatteren

Jonathan Garton is a professor of Law at the University of Warwick. His main research interests are in the law of Trusts, with a particular focus on charities. Rebecca Probert is a professor of Law at the University of Exeter. She has published widely on both modern family law and its history. Gerry Bean is a partner at DLA Piper, one of the largest global law firms, where he practices in corporate law and M&A.