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Trusts Law (5th Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 429
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Macmillan Law Masters

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24 April 2017

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This textbook is a comprehensive and accessible guide to Trusts Law and has been thoroughly updated to reflect recent developments in the area. The authors bring a unique combination of academic rigour and hands-on...

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This textbook is a comprehensive and accessible guide to Trusts Law and has been thoroughly updated to reflect recent developments in the area. The authors bring a unique combination of academic rigour and hands-on commercial experience to the explanation of their subject and it is these practical insights which make the book essential reading for all law students. 

Many law students struggle with the concept of Trusts Law and it can take time to properly understand the complex body of rules that surround it. This book will help demystify some of these rules and put Trusts Law into a practical context, allowing students the time to develop a deep and critical understanding of the topic. This book is an ideal companion for both law undergraduate and GDL/CPE students.

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-    Chapter summaries and self-test exercises

-    Suggestions for further reading

-    Provides a full account of the principles of trusts law, with in depth analysis of the key cases

-    Includes examples of trust documentation

A new chapter on creating a trust

1. An Introduction to Equity and Trusts
2. Basic Concepts and Principles
3. Certainty
4. Purpose Trusts
5. Charitable Trusts
6. Formalities
7. Constitution and Promises to Create Trusts
8. Resulting Trusts
9. Constructive Trusts
10. Fiduciary Obligations
11. Non-fiduciary Obligations
12. The Administration of Trusts
13. Breach of Trust and Trustees' Liability
14. Proprietary Claims and the Liability of Third Parties
15. Injunctions
16. A Trust in Practice.

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Charlie Webb is an Associate Professor in the Department of Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.

Tim Akkouh is a Barrister at Erskine Chambers in London. He specialises in trusts, commercial, civil fraud and insolvency litigation.

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Charlie Webb is an Associate Professor in the Department of Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.

Tim Akkouh is a Barrister at Erskine Chambers in London. He specialises in trusts, commercial, civil fraud and insolvency litigation.

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