Trusts and Equity book. Trusts and Equity provides a detailed and conceptual analysis of an area of law that students sometimes find difficult. Watt concentrates on those areas of the subject that are most relevant in the contemporary arena, such as the commercial context.
Gary Watt is a Professor of Law at the University of Warwick. He was made Law Teacher of the Year in 2009 and in 2010 he was named a National Teaching Fellow and fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He is the author of other OUP books including Todd and Watt's Cases and Materials on Equityand Trusts. Библиографические данные.
Foundations Trusts in context Trusts created expressly Effective disposition of benefit : constitution of trusts Ineffective disposition of benefit : resulting trusts Formality, perpetuity, and illegality : trust creation and public policy I Charity : trust creation and public policy II Constructive trusts and informal trusts of land Flexibility of benefit The fiduciary duty Fulfilling and filling the office of trustee Trustee investment Breach of trust : the. personal liability of trustees Tracing and recovering trust property The equitable personal liability of strangers to the trust Equitab. Download book Trusts and equity, Gary Watt.
Gary Watt is a Professor of Law at the University of Warwick. He is the author of other OUP books including Todd and Watt's Cases and Materials on Equity and Trusts. Paperback: 576 pages. Oxford University Press.
Core perspectives and themes are maintained throughout the book, challenging students to think critically and providing useful points for discussion in seminars and tutorials. Похожие книги: Trusts and equity 2nd. Watt, Gary.
Trusts & Equity provides a clear and detailed conceptual analysis, bringing the subject to life through cultural and historical references. Equity and Trusts Law Directions offers a student-friendly guide to the subject, utilising learning features to introduce key topics clearly. Resources for Trusts and Equity resources from Gary Watt. No results were found.