9781108855044 (ebook) 9781108796446 (paperback)
Law in context.
Always the serious student's choice for a Trusts Law textbook, the new seventh edition of Moffat's Trusts Law once again provides a clear examination of the rules of Trusts, retaining its hallmark combination of a contextualised approach and a commercial focus. The impact of statutory developments and a wealth of new cases - including the Supreme Court and Privy Council decisions in Patel v. Mirza  UKSC 42, PJS v. News Group Newspapers Ltd  UKSC, Burnden Holdings v. Fielding  UKSC 14, and Federal Republic of Brazil v. Durant  UKPC 35 - are explored. A streamlining of the chapters on charitable Trusts, better to align the book with the typical Trusts Law course, helps students understand the new directions being taken in the areas of Trust Law and equitable remedies.
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Formatted Contents Note
Trusts introduced The evolution of the private express trust Creating the trust I Creating the trust II Trusts and public policy Flexibility in relation to beneficial entitlement An introduction to trustees and trusteeship Aspects of the management of trusts Trusteeship, control and breach of trust Implied trusts and the family home Trusts in commerce I : commerce and equitable remedies Trusts in commerce II : commerce, credit and the trust Trusts in commerce III : fiduciary relationships, commerce and the trust Trust, contract and unincorporated associations An introduction to the law of charity A legal definition of ̀charityʹ Trusts : an international dimension.