- Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Format: Paperback | 1190 pages
- Dimensions: 158mm x 246mm x 52mm | 2,300g
- Publication date: 31 October 2009
- Publication City/Country: Cambridge
- ISBN 10: 0521743826
- ISBN 13: 9780521743822
- Edition: 5, Revised
- Edition statement: 5th Revised edition
- Sales rank: 298,713
Always the serious student's choice of a Trusts Law textbook, this new edition once again provides a clear examination of the rules in the detail required by the advanced undergraduate. This fifth edition retains its hallmark combination of a contextualized approach and a commercial focus. The authors' commentary has been increased throughout this new edition whilst the fresh design clearly highlights the cases and materials extracts. Recent statutory developments, such as the Charities Act 2006, and the impact of a wealth of new cases are explored, the examination of the law of trusts and taxation is restructured and comparative examples help students understand the new directions being taken in the areas of trust law and equitable remedies. Trusts Law brings a modern perspective to a subject often perceived as traditional, with suggestions for further reading guiding the student to contemporary debates.
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Graham Moffat is Associate Professor in Law at the University of Warwick, where his areas of research and teaching interest are trusts law, charity law and pensions law. Gerry Bean is a Partner with DLA Phillips Fox, one of the largest legal firms in Australasia, where he specialises in infrastructure acquisitions and divestments. Rebecca Probert is an Associate Professor at the University of Warwick, teaching family law and child law. She has published widely on both modern family law and its history.
'The written style of Trusts Law: Text and Materials is both accessible and stimulating. The authors have managed to maintain an excellent balance between commentary, materials and cases ... If you're looking for a detailed, thorough and authoritative analysis of trust law, you should look no further than this ...' Russell J. Kelsall, Student Law Journal (studentlawjournal.com)
Table of contents
1. Introduction; 2. The evolution of the private express trust; 3. Taxation, wealth-holding and the private trust; 4. Creating the trust Part I; 5. Creating the trust Part II; 6. Trusts and public policy; 7. Flexibility in relation to beneficial entitlement; 8. The taxation of private trusts; 9. An introduction to trustees and trusteeship; 10. Aspects of the management of trusts; 11. Trusteeship, control and breach of trust; 12. Implied trusts and the family home; 13. Trusts in commerce I: occupational pension schemes; 14. Trusts in commerce II: commerce and equitable remedies; 15. Trusts in commerce III: commerce, credit and the trust; 16. Trusts in commerce IV: fiduciary relationships, commerce and the trust; 17. Trust, contract and unincorporated associations; 18. An introduction to the law of charity; 19. A legal definition of 'charity'; 20. The regulation of charities.