Number of page: 188
Publisher: Psychology Press
Presenting practical answers to fifty typical exam questions, this new edition helps students to penetrate and understand the complexities of equity and trusts. Traditionally a difficult subject for those approaching it for the first time, special care has been taken to present the subject as a whole in a structured way, with basic matters examined first before moving on to more difficult concepts. Incorporating new questions and answers, this new edition has been fully updated to include:
recent case law e.g. Choithram v Pagarani 2001, Pennington v Waine 2002, Twinsectra v Yardley 2002, Duggan v Governor of Full Sutton Prison 2004 discussion of the Charities Bill 2004 the implications of the Trustee Act 2000. Clarifying the mysteries surrounding the study of equity and trusts, this book contains essential advice and examples which illustrate how to successfully answer examination questions on the subject.