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An engaging introduction to some of the more advanced concepts in Equity and Trusts, providing a cutting edge for students who are looking to gain additional insights with which to excel. Illuminated throughout with discussion of the specific issues which reveal the practical significance of different theoretical positions.
Atkins' Equity and Trusts is an ideal choice for all undergraduate and GDL students looking for a comprehensive yet accessible core textbook. The author's clear writing style and focus on modern case law demystify difficult concepts and help to bring this complicated and dry subject to life.
Equity and Trusts in Australia provides a detailed review of the latest legal developments and trends, to further develop some aspects of the work. The detail and breadth of coverage of the work make it considerably authoritative, as evidenced by its multiple citations in superior courts in Australia and elsewhere.
The Equity and Trusts Guidebook provides a concise and comprehensive approach to encourage student centred learning. Fundamental principles together with tutorial questions and references for further reading are presented in each chapter.
Presenting in-depth case analysis of the facts, principles and decisions of the most important cases. Cases are organised by topic areas illustrating key principles of the law. Facts and decisions are summarised concisely, and additional commentary explains the possible implications of a decision and draws together major themes
Examines, in an applied way, the Australian commercial trust as a dynamic and modern enterprise entity operating, in effect, as a surrogate company. The focus is on the legal and insolvency risk position of the three main classes of participant; unit holders, corporate trustees and creditors and other 'outsiders'.
Each chapter clearly identifies and explains the significant and often complex topics covered in a course on Trusts. Key cases are summarised to consolidate learning and provide a practical understanding of the theoretical concepts. Flow charts, bullet points and tables are included where relevant to enable students to navigate the broad range of information.
The 'Unlocking the Law' series contains features and activities for undergraduates demonstrating the purpose of different areas of study within the course. The series also covers all the core subjects required by the Bar Council and the Law Society for entry onto professional qualifications.
Provides a comprehensive and scholarly analysis of modern trusts law - express trusts, charitable trusts, voluntary trusts, resulting trusts, constructive trusts, writing and related requirements, the rules against perpetuities and accumulations, life tenants, remaindermen, tracing, and the duties, liabilities, powers, rights, appointments, retirement and removal of trustees.