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Trusts: Cases and Materials

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Roderick Paisley, James ChalmersLecturer in Law, University of Aberdeen

ISBN13: 9780414013377
ISBN: 0414013379
Published: September 2002
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £49.00

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Trusts: Cases & Materials is the only casebook on this subject with a uniquely Scottish focus, bringing together a collection of extracts from cases, legislation, authoritative texts and articles. The extracts are interwoven with detailed commentary, which, where possible, draws links and comparisons across the topics covered.

Trusts: Cases & Materials covers all the principal features of the law of trusts, including classification of trusts, their creation and administration, variation of trust purposes, liabilities of trustees, termination of trusts and private international law. Trusts: Cases & Materials takes account of significant legislation including the Requirements of Writing Act 1995, the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Scotland) Act 1990 and the Recognition of Trusts Act 1987. The first Cases and Materials book of its kind, this is an ideal comprehensive textbook for all those studying the law of trusts in Scotland. It is also a handy reference tool for practitioners.

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Introductory concepts - Classification and creation of trusts - Parties and property - Appointment, assumption and resignation of trustees - Purposes of a trust - Administration of the trust - Investment duties of trustees - Conflict of interest: Auctor in Rem Suam - Liability of trustees to beneficiaries - Trustees and third parties - Administration and supervision of charitable trusts - Judicial variation of trusts - Revocation and termination of trusts - Private international law.