Select cases and other authorities on the law of trusts

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  • Trusts and trustees -- United States -- Cases.,
  • Trusts and trustees -- Great Britain -- Cases.

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Bibliography: p. xii-xiv.

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Statementby Austin Wakeman Scott.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 806 p.
Number of Pages806
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Open LibraryOL17731609M

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Subsequent commentary on the case has tended to treat the case as merely one of a particular kind of discretionary trust according to Re Grant’s Will Tru or as a trust for persons with the purpose being treated merely as a “superadded” direction or motive for the gift Re Lipinski’s Will Trusts The following collection of cases has been prepared, at the request of several leading educators, to accompany the writer’s treatise on the law of agency, the purpose being to illustrate the text by object lessons gathered from the reports.

Nothing in the way of annotation has been attempted, beyond an occasional reference to similar cases, as it is thought that the text of the treatise Cited by: 1.

English trust law concerns the creation and protection of asset funds, which are usually held by one party for another's benefit. Trusts were a creation of the English law of property and obligations, but also share a history with countries across the Commonwealth and the United States.

Trusts developed when claimants in property disputes were dissatisfied with the common law courts and. What has happened, in other words, is that modern trust law has come to substitute empowerment subject to fiduciary obligation for simple disempowerment as 2 See, e.g., Robert H.

Sitkoff, An Agency Costs Theory of Trust Law, 89 Cornell L. Rev. ().File Size: KB. Trusts Law With its unique contextual emphasis and authoritative commentary, Trusts Law: Text and Materials is a book that no serious undergraduate on trust courses can afford to be without.

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Our members, who are called "Fellows," are the best and brightest in the trust and estate practice, with years of experience representing and advising families. Authorities that courts may follow if persuaded to do so are called persuasive (or non-binding) authority.

Secondary authority is always persuasive. Primary authority (the law) may be mandatory or persuasive depending upon: the jurisdiction where the dispute is to be decided; and ; the level of the court that decided a particular case.

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The trustee is the legal owner of the property in trust, as fiduciary for the beneficiary or beneficiaries who is/are the equitable owner(s) of the trust property.

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A trust is a legal document that can be created during a person's lifetime and survive the person's death. A trust can also be created by a will and formed after death. Common types of trusts are outlined in this article. Once assets are put into the trust they belong to the trust itself (such as a bank account), not the trustee (person).

They remain subject to the rules and instructions of. Law Review articles have proven influential in the Development of the law and are occasionally cited as persuasive authority by the U.S. Supreme Court and other courts throughout the United States. Almost every American law school publishes at least one _____________, but most law schools have several.

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Scott and Ascher on Trusts offers practical advice on the creation, administration, and termination of all kinds of trusts, as well as incisive Author: Catherine Biondo. Common law trusts are not bound by laws controlling the actions of corporations.

Common law trusts are not bound by “public policy” decisions of the legislature that are masquerading as “law”. Common law trusts need not open their books to anyone unless ordered to do so by a true judicial warrant issued by an appropriate court.

Common lawFile Size: 44KB. The use of testamentary trusts is becoming an important part of estate planning. As a result, students who want to make a living as probate attorneys will need to know how trusts fit into estate planning. In addition, bar examiners realize that it is important for students to have a basic knowledge of trust law.

Trust law. Trust law in India is mainly codified in the Indian Trusts Act ofwhich came into force on March 1, It extends to the whole of India except for the state of Jammu and Kashmir and Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Indian law follows principles of English law in most areas of law, but the law of trusts is a notable exception.

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Restatements are highly regarded distillations of common law. They are prepared by the American Law Institute (ALI), a prestigious organization comprising judges, professors, and lawyers.

The ALI's aim is to distill the "black letter law" from cases to indicate trends in common law, and occasionally to recommend what a rule of law should : Catherine Biondo.On the other hand, the complete test is too strict and inflexible in cases involving large discretionary trusts.

The test would make such trusts void for lack of certainty due to the number of beneficiaries involved which would make it almost impossible to draw up a complete list.The case law of other states is consistent with the above authorities. In Wood v. Honeyman, Or., P.2d(), the Oregon Supreme Court stated.

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