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Hayton & Mitchell: Commentary & Cases on the Law of Trusts & Equitable Remedies
Hayton & Mitchell: Commentary & Cases on the Law of Trusts & Equitable Remedies
13th Edition
Practice Area:  Academic Law, Trusts Law
ISBN:  9781847037305
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  19 May 2010
Format:  Paperback
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Widely recognised as one of the most thorough and perceptive treatments of modern English trust law, Hayton & Mitchell is a unique combination of textbook and casebook in one compact volume.

  • Offers a thorough and perceptive treatment of modern English trust law
  • Uniquely combines textbook and casebook in one compact volume
  • Uses questions and problems to promote analysis and discussion
  • Investigates the “grey” areas often favoured by examiners
  • Illuminates the nature of the English trust concept with comparative references to foreign jurisdictions
  • Illustrates the discussion in the text with excerpts from cases, statutes, and Charity Commission publications
  • Includes extracts from important new legislation and cases, including the Charities Act 2006 and the Perpetuities and Accumulations Act 2009, and: Sieff v Fox(2005); Barlow Clowes International Ltd v Eurotrust International Ltd (2006); Stack v Dowden (2007); Breakspear v Ackland (2009); Chartbrook Ltd v Persimmon Homes Ltd (2009); Hanchett-Stamford v Att-Gen (2009); HMRC v Trustees of the Peter Clay Discretionary Trust (2009); Re Walters (deceased) (2009); and Wyndham v Egremont (2009)
  • Revised structure increases accessibility of discussion
  • New text design and format makes the work more user-friendly and enables students to better distinguish cases from commentary
CONTENTS
  • Introduction
  • Constitution of Trusts
  • Formal Requirements
  • The Three Certainties
  • The Beneficiary Principle
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Variation and Termination of Trusts
  • Appointment, Retirement, Removal and Payment of Trustees
  • Duties of Trustees
  • Control of Trustee Powers
  • Personal Compensatory Liability of Trustees for Breach of Trust
  • Personal Compensatory Liability of Third Partie
  • Involved in a Breach of Trust
  • Proprietary Claims following a Breach of Trust
  • Resulting Trusts
  • Constructive Trusts
  • Trusts and the Conflict of Laws
  • Equitable Remedies
REVIEWS
"A combined textbook and casebook... which leads students deeper into trust law than any other textbook." Lex Magazine
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