Trusts Law: Text and Materials (Law in Context)

Trusts Law: Text and Materials (Law in Context)

by Graham Moffat (Author), Gerard Bean (Contributor), JohnDewar (Contributor), Marina Milner (Contributor)

Synopsis

The book is widely acclaimed in its presentation of the law of trusts within the social and legal contexts in which trusts commonly appear and the functions which they perform within these contexts. This edition incorporates all relevant judicial and legislative developments since the second edition. In the light of these developments, the commerce section has been extended to include a chapter on equitable remedies. The work integrates leading cases, statutes and historical and research materials with the authors' narrative text. Its unique contextual emphasis and authoritative commentary has succeeded in creating a 'niche' in the large undergraduate market where texts are predominantly black-letter in style. It is used as a main text by institutions adopting a contextual approach and as supplementary reading on traditional courses.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 864
Edition: 3
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Published: 01 Sep 1999

ISBN 10: 0521606020
ISBN 13: 9780521606028
Book Overview: This edition incorporates all relevant judicial and legislative developments since the second edition.

Media Reviews
'This is an excellent book ... it continues to provide fundamental aid in the decryption of one of the most vital but challenging parts of English Law. It is of sufficient rigour and interest to be deserving of a place on the shelf of students, academics and practitioners alike.' Trust Law International