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Sweet & Maxwell's Law of Pension Schemes

Sweet & Maxwell's Law of Pension Schemes
Practice Area:  Pensions Law & Practice
ISBN:  9780414095922
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  23 Mar 2021
Subscription Information:  3 releases a year, Any Time Start
Format:  eBook - ProView
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Bringing together legislation, case law, precedents and expert commentary to provide the reader with a comprehensive reference on occupational, personal and stakeholder pension schemes, Sweet & Maxwell's Law of Pension Schemes:
  • Provides a clear understanding of underlying legal principles governing pensions schemes
  • Keeps the reader up-to-date with statutory developments and case law
  • Offers practical advice on the process of creating a pension scheme
  • Looks at the responsibilities of trustees and administrators of a pension scheme
  • Includes precedents for occupational pension schemes with detailed notes

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