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The theme of the essays in this volume recognises the continuing practical importance of equity in the law today. But it is not in connection with formal trusts in family settlements that equity makes itself most powerfully felt.
It is in other forms or other equitable obligations, often in a commercial context, and in particular involving the fiduciary obligations of those in whom trust or confidence is reposed and in the consequences of any breach of those obligations that equity continues to play a significant role.