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Current Issues in Succession Law


ISBN13: 9781782256274
Published: May 2016
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £70.00



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While continental and comparative lawyers have recently rediscovered succession law as an area of immense practical importance deserving greater academic attention it is still a very much neglected field in England.

This books aims specifically to reinvigorate the English debate on succession law by bringing together academics and practitioners whose work concerns or touches on current issues in the field and questions of fundamental importance.

It will be of great interest to both academics and practitioners whose work engages with succession law issues, and non-UK comparative lawyers.

Subjects:
Wills and Probate
Contents:
Professor Alexandra Braun (Oxford) - Pension Death Benefits
Ms Emma Chamberlain (Pump Court Tax Chambers) - Estate Planning for Business Properties and Agricultural Holdings
Dr Birke Hacker (Oxford and MPI for Tax Law and Public Finance) - Formalities, Interpretation and Rectification of Wills.
Professor Roger Kerridge (Bristol) - Inheritance and Trustee Powers Legislation: Intestacy Rules
Dr Ying Khai Liew (KCL) - Mutual Wills
Professor Ben McFarlane (UCL) - Estoppel in the Succession Context
Professor Rebecca Probert (Warwick) - Inheritance and Trustee Powers Legislation: Family Provision
Ms Penelope Reed QC (5 Stone Buildings) - Capacity and Want of Knowledge or Approval
Dr Brian Sloan (Cambridge) - Old Age Care and Succession Law
Professor Lionel Smith (McGill) - Non-Delegation Principle
Dr Ian Williams (UCL) - Forfeiture Rule