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Equity and the Law of Trusts in the Republic of Ireland 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781526502537
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847667021
Published: December 2017
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional (Ireland)
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £158.00

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The third edition of this well-established legal text provides a comprehensive treatment and analysis of the area of equity and trusts.

This updated and expanded new edition provides an insight into recent developments in relation to both trusts and equitable remedies.

New important case law in the area such as Stanley v Kieran [2012] IESC 19, Greene v Coady [2014] IEHC 38 and Ulster Bank v Roche [2012] 1 IR 765 are fully explored.

Irish Law
Part One: The Nature of Equity:
1. Introduction
2. The historical background;
3. The maxims of equity
4. Equitable interests and equities
5. Priorities, registration and notice

Part Two: The Trusts:
6. The nature of a trust
7. Express trusts: The essential elements
8. Express trusts: The formal requirements
9. The Office of Trustee;
10. Duties and powers of trustees
11. Charitable Trusts
12. Resulting Trusts
13. Constructive Trusts
14. Void and voidable trusts

Part Three: The Equitable Remedies:
15. The injunction;
16. Specific performance;
17. Rescission;
18. Rectification
19. Tracing in equity
20. Delivery up and cancellation of documents
21. Receivers
22. Account

Part Four: The Equitable Doctrines:
23. Conversion and reconversion;
24. Election
25. Satisfaction and ademption;
26. Performance;
27. Estoppel in Equity;
28. Constructive fraud: undue influence and unconscionable transactions
29. Breach of confidence and privacy

Part Five: Administration of Estates:
30. Administration of estates generally
31. Remedies