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This brand new collection from one of the leading names in Equity and Trusts scholarship combines carefully selected extracts from both primary sources and secondary literature with clear explanations of the law and thoughtful guiding commentary. Alastair Hudson’s lively and engaging style helps students navigate their way through the leading cases, judgments and legislation and to critically engage with points of academic debate and policy review.
The book identifies and develops the major prevailing themes within Equity and Trusts, focusing on financial and commercial issues surrounding fiduciary parties; the burgeoning case law centred around trusts and the family home following the Court of Appeal’s decision in Jones v Kernott ; and case law arising from the Charities Acts of 2006 and 2011. These themes are considered and tied together at the end of the book.
Each chapter contains: