Equity and Trusts

Equity and Trusts

by Scott Atkins


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138830202
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 02/23/2016
Series: Spotlights Series
Edition description: Revised
Pages: 696
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x (d)

About the Author

Scott Atkins is Senior Lecturer in Law and Programme Leader for the LLB in the School of Law and Criminology at the University of Derby. He is also Visiting Professor at the Institute of Law in Jersey.

Table of Contents

1.Equity: Its Meaning, History & Maxims 2. Classification Of Trusts & Powers 3. Implied Trusts 4. Trust Formation – Capacity & Formalities 5. Trust Formation – The Three Certainties 6. Trust Formation - The Beneficiary Principle 7. Constitution Of A Trust 8. Trustees’ Appointment & Removal 9. Fiduciary Duties, Non-Fiduciary Duties & Powers 10. Variation Of A Trust & Setting A Trust Aside 11. Secret Trusts & Half-Secret Trust 12. Remedies For Breach Of Trust Against Trustees 13. Tracing & Actions Against Strangers To The Trust 14. Trusts Of The Family Home 15. Charities 16. Cy-Près 17. Equitable Remedies & Proprietary Estoppel

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"It is a great advantage having the cases dealt with in such detail, yet the box at the beginning of each chapter indicates the key issues so the students know what they should be concentrating on, and the pedagogical features clarify the difficult points."
Judith Riches is a senior lecturer in law and teaches Equity and Trusts on the CPE and a range of undergraduate Law courses at the University of Brighton

"Undergraduate law students traditionally find equity and trusts one of the most difficult subjects which they have to study. The straightforward and down to earth approach of this book should help to make the subject more accessible and enjoyable. I will certainly recommend it to my students."
Robert Collinson is Module Leader for Equity and Trusts at Edge Hill University

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