Textbook on Trusts / Edition 2by Paul Todd
Pub. Date: 01/01/1993
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This work is therefore designed to alleviate students' difficulties by stating the law as clearly as
Students commonly experience difficulties with the law of trusts because it seems to be further removed from the everyday world than other subjects. The terminology is confusing, the concepts are abstract, and certain types of transaction are complex and obscure.
This work is therefore designed to alleviate students' difficulties by stating the law as clearly as possible, without sacrificing clarity of exposition in the more complex areas. The author concentrates on the principles of the subject, and confines detailed coverage to those areas which are commonly covered in trusts courses at degree level.
This edition has been updated to take account of the House of Lords' decision in "Westdeutsche v Islington LBC", the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996, and the Law Commission report on Trustees' Power and Duties.
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