Complete Equity and Trusts: Text, Cases, and Materials

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Oxford University Press, Apr 26, 2018 - Equitable remedies - 592 pages
Complete Equity & Trusts is supported by clear author commentary, choice extracts, and useful learning features. The explanations and examples in this textbook have been crafted to help students hone their understanding of trusts law.

The Complete titles are ambitious in their scope; they've been carefully developed with teachers to offer law students more than just a presentation of the key concepts. Instead they offer a complete package. Only by building on the foundations of the subject, by showing how the law works, demonstrating its application through extracts from cases and judgments, and by giving students the tools and the confidence to think critically about the law will they gain a complete understanding.

This book is accompanied by free online resources, which feature resources for students and lecturers including the following:
- Guidence for answering end-of-chapter questions in the book
- Self-test question with instant feedback
- A flashcard glossary of key terms
- Updates on legislation and case law

 

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Contents

1 The birth of equity and trusts
1
2 The different types of trust
27
3 Trusts and powers and thethree certainties
53
4 The formality requirements and incompletely constituted trusts
85
5 Proprietary estoppel
119
6 The disposal of property on death
141
7 Resulting trusts
176
8 Unincorporated associations and the beneficiary principle
196
12 The appointment of trustees
320
13 Variation of trust
345
14 Breach of trust
362
15 Constructive trusts and fiduciary duty
391
16 Tracing
435
17 Trusts of the family home
458
18 Equitable remedies
494
Glossary
531

9 Charitable trusts
219
with special reference to investment
272
11 Maintenance and advancement and protective trusts
299

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2018)


Richard Clements, Leader in International Partnerships for Law, University of the West of England, Bristol, Ademola Abass, Head of the African Centre for Peace and Security Training, Institute for Security Studies, Addis Ababa

Richard Clements, Leader in International Partnerships for Law, Bristol Law School, University of the West of England, and Ademola Abass, Head of the African Centre for Peace and Security Training, Institute for Security Studies, Addis Ababa

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