Underhill and Hayton : law relating to trusts and trustees.
- Publication info:
- London : LexisNexis, c2010.
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Trust law and accounts : a handy digest of the law relating to trusts and trustees, fee and liferent, apportionment, and testate and intestate succession : also the law relating to judicial factories and a manual of trust accounts including various examples of accounts, charge and discharge, and schemes of division to which is appended the text of the relative statutes, estate duty regulations, and notes by the accountant of court. --
KF 730 W27 1951
- Underhill and Hayton : law relating to trusts and trustees.
- Other Authors:
London : LexisNexis, 2010
- 18th ed. / general editor, David Hayton ; with Paul Matthews, Charles Mitchell.
- Spine Title:
- Underhill and Hayton : law of trusts and trustees
- Portion of Title:
- Law relating to trusts and trustees
- Item Description:
Previous ed.: London: Butterworths, 2006.
- Physical Description:
ccxv, 1429 p. ; 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references, tables of cases and statutes, and index.
Table of Contents
- Preliminary terminology
- Matters essential to the prima facie validity of an express trust
- Validity of declared trusts in relation to latent matters
- The interpretation of executory trusts
- The termination of trusts of property
- Resulting trusts
- Constructive trusts
- Disclaimer and acceptance of trusts
- The estate of the trustee and its incidents
- Trusts of Land
- The trustee's duties
- The powers of the trustees
- Powers of the beneficiaries
- The death, retirement, or removal of trustees and the appointment of new trustees
- Appointment of a judicial trustee
- The Public Trustee
- Administration of new trusts created under limited powers in the original settlement
- The rights of the trustee
- The right of trustees and beneficiaries to seek the assistance of the Public Trustee or the court in auditing or in administrating the trust
- The liability of the trustees
- Protection accorded to trustees in case of breach of trust
- Liability of third parties and beneficiaries
- Conflicts of laws and the Hague Trusts Convention.