This note focus on aspects of equity and trusts in two specific contexts:
commerce and the home. It will advance novel conceptual approaches to two significant arenas in
which equitable doctrines like the trust are deployed.
Author(s):Professor Alastair Hudson, University of London
The aims of this book are
to ensure that students understand and are able to assess critically: the
principles associated with equity and with trusts law; the application of those
principles to factual circumstances, the manner in which these principles affect
people in their everyday lives, how those principles are to be reconciled with
the principles governing the creation of express trusts, the imposition of
trusts by law, how equity and trusts law adapt to changing social conditions,
and how other legal models challenge the traditional understanding of equity.
This book covers the following topics: The
Moral Sense, Laws of Nature that regulate our conduct in Society, Principles of
Duty and of Benevolence, Rewards and Punishments, Reparation, The Laws of
Society considered with respect to their final causes, What equity rules with
respect to rents levied upon an er&
note covers the following topics:The trusts context in New Zealand, Core
principles of trust law, Trustees' duties, Trustees' powers, Investment powers,
Appointment and removal of trustees, Custodian and advisory trustees, Corporate
trustees and insolvent trusts, Jurisdiction of the courts.
covers the following topics: Law and Conscience, Conscience in the Early Courts
of Equity, Conscience in the Modern Courts, Conscience in the English Judiciary,
Conscience in the Australian Judiciary, Conscience in the Sri Lankan Judiciary.